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SAUGUS, 



SACHUSETTS 



STAFF 



Editor-in-Chief— Dianne Monaco 
Editor of Activities— Elizabeth MacLean 
Editor of Advertising— Jacquelyn Bowler 
Editor of Biographies— Susan Ludwig 






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BIOGRAPHY STAFF 
Ellen Farrenkoph 
Janice Higgins 
John Lumsden 
Merida March 
Joyce Morrison 
Rita Lawrence 
John Moynihan 
Elizabeth Paolini 
Donna Rochefort 
Janet Simmons 
Marion Taylor 
Elin Weideman 



BUSINESS STAFF 

Andrea Luscinski 
Kathy Johnston ' 
Barbara Hagerty 
Paula Robertson 
Hnda Rbbertson 
Nancy Kerrigan 
Dorothy AndeYson 
Sandra Bouve 
Maureen Kelley 
Pauline Deputat 



* ART STAFF 

Sandra 9*riti-3h«r,roan 
Janine Hermsd^tt, 
Donna Eldrffelge 
Katherine Kinsley' 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 
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FACULTY 

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SAUGUS HIGH SCHOOL 

SAUGUS. MASSACHUSETTS 

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ASHTON F. DAVIS. PRINCIPAL 
LEON C. YOUNG. VICE PRINCIPAL 
JOHN B. LEAHY. ViCE PRINCIPAL 



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SAUGUS PUBLIC SCHOOLS 



To the Members of the Class of 1963:- 

Tou, the class members of 1963 have completed 
all of your secondary school years during my period 
of service in Saugus. Despite the years of two- 
platooning that you have been forced to contend 
with, it is my hope that you will fare well as you 
enter upon the departures of your post High School 
lives. 

I commend you all for your fortitude, your 
fine spirit, your efforts and your successes. May 
these attributes abide with you always. 

To each member, my warmest wishes. 



Superintendent of Schools. 





Leon C. Young 
Boston University 



John P. Leahy 
DePau 





Bernice L. Hayward 
Boston University 



Harold E. Haley 
University of N.H. 




Louise N. Solomita 

Department Head 

University of Massachusetts 




FACULTY 




Norman E. Down 
Clark 





Albert J. Moylan 
Harvard 



LIBRARIAN 




SOCIAL 
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Marcia R. Farley 
Boston University 



James F. Green 
University of California 



Bernard J. Hussey 
Boston College 




Harold C. Musgrave 
Hobart 




Keith W. O'Brien 
Lewis 




Hartley M. Peakes 
University of Maine 




Helen N. Quertio 
Boston University 










John J. Burns 

Department Head 

Boston College 



Mary E. Anderson 

Washington State 

University 



Mary P. Cote 
Jackson 



Paul C. Downing 
Dartmouth 







Roland AA. Lachance 
Brown 



Francis X. Morse 
Suffolk 



Robert J. Parente 
Harvard 




Bernice L. Hayward 
Department Head 
Boston University 




Laura A. Allen 
Regis 




Ronald R. Cote 
Salem 



Deborah A. Partiss 

University of 

New Hampshire 







Frances P. Egan 
Colby 



Lee N. Goldstein 
Simmons 



Anthony F. Poto 
Suffolk 



Helen F. Towle 
Emmanuel 













George M. Garrity 
Boston College 



Bernis M. Hanlon 
Emmanuel 



Rosemary V. Keefe 
Emerson 



Edith M. King 
Mary Washington 



ENGLISH 






William J. Regan 


Sally B. Tyrrell 


Judith C. Virnell 


Tufts 


Regis 


University of 
New Hampshire 





GUIDANCE 



John B. Leahy 
DePau 



Elizabeth A. Arribea 
Emmanuel 






Robert J. Clark 
Northeastern 



William P. Doyle, Jr. 
St. Anselems 



John J. Naso 
Salem 




Hazel C. Marison 
Department Head 
Bay Path Institute 





Isabelle G. Beauchesne 
Salem 






Walter D. Blossom 
Northeastern 



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Belden G. Bly, Jr. 
Northeastern 



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Maureen E. Kennedy 
Emmanuel 



Patricia A. McCormick 
Salem 



Abraham Pinciss 
Boston University 



Thomas E. Tringale 
Salem 







Miles T. Brookes 
Gorham State 



Edward J. Chamberlain 
Boston University 



Harold Everitt 
Northeastern 



Rita A. Indresano 
Simmons 




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William L. MacNeill 
Springfield 




Terrence D. O'Connor 
Boston College 




Benjamin Torf 
Harvard 



SCIENCE 




Frank E. Carter 
Northeastern 




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Jerome J. Mitchell 
Boston University 



Joseph M. Messina 
Boston University 



MUSIC 



Leonard E. Walt 
Salem 



MATHEMATICS 






Elmer H. Watson 

Department Head 

Bates 



Madeleine H. Beaulieu 
University of Maine 



Harold E. Haley 

University of 
New Hampshire 




George H. McKay 
Colby 




Eleanor J. Mikulski 
Regis 




Francis E. Nestor 
University of Massachusetts 




John J. Quinlan 
Boston College 



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Bernard J. Stead 
U. Mass. 



Carol E. Luciano 
Sargent 



Roberta R. Samuels 
Sargent 



John J. Scarborough 
East Texas 




Audrey L, Spottiswood 
Bridgewater 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



ART 





Josephine D. Maclndewar 
Mass. College of Art 



Corinne M. Shuff 
Keene 



Esther S. Howe 
Simmons 



HOMEMAKING 





Anne R. Larsen 
Framingham 



Lynne L. Rapp 
Iowa State 






Arthur H. Strout 
Department Head 
Boston University 



Dominio Beninati 
Boston State Teachers 



Charles Emma 
Northeastern 



INDUSTRIAL ARTS 




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Carmine C. Moschella 
Fitchburg 




Walter J. Pickett 
Fitchburg 



NURSES 

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Gertrude E. Hazel 



Miriam C. Peshier 





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OFFICERS 

Brian Robinson 
David Johnson 
Marion Taylor 
Joyce Tozza 



ADVISORS 



Bernis M. Hanlon 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 



Charles Brown 
Roger Cotte 
Janice Inman 
William Kyle 
Donna Rochefort 



Class Colors: Blue and White 

Class Motto: Ours is the moment of decision 







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O praise sing to red and white, 

And let our banner fly, 

For we are proud and we are true 

As we hail Saugus High. 

O marching ever onward, 

We shall forever see 

How great the lesson we have learned, 

How firm the loyalty 

That bids us raise a cheer today. 

O Saugus High to thee! 



Your walls are made of brick and stone 

Perhaps, in time, will fall, 

But lasting friendships formed within 

Shall tower over all, 

Shall ever be a monument 

To trust and brotherhood, 

Shall stand forever for the right 

Forever for the good. 

And so we sing this song today 

O Saugus High to thee. 




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Claire Louise Acheson 
John Eldridge Bartlett 
Sandra Lee Bishop 
Jacquelyn Suzanne Bowler 
William Joseph Chambers 
Mary Barbara Collins 
Roger Martin Cotte 
Joan Linda Davis 
Marcia Renee DeLeaco 
Pauline Evelyn Deputat 
Paul Francis Doherty 
Susan Down 
Janet Marilyn Floyd 
Peter Carney Gleitsmann 
Janet Marie Golden 
Pamela Jean Guarino 
Marie Barbara Harrison 
Rae Louise Herald 
Janine Hermsdorf 
Janice Louise Inman 
Kathy Scott Johnston 



Richard Kimball Kenney 
Patricia Ann Kingman 
Susan Marie Kutniewski 
William Howard Kyle 
Rita Louise Lawrence 
Elizabeth Ann MacLean 
Judith Anne Macomber 
Gordon James Mandeville 
Myron Leon Manoogian 
Jane Ellen Minichiello 
Dianne Marie Monaco 
Joyce Ellen Morrison 
John Joseph Moynihan 
Jane Martha Paganucci 
Donald Edgar Parsons 
Linda Ellen Robertson 
Karol Lynn Smith 
Sandra Elvira Steriti 
Lee Brooks Stover 
Marian Arlene Taylor 
Elin Roberta Weideman 



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CLAIRE LOUISE ACHESON 

64 Central Street 
Business School 

Claire's intelligence and sweet manner 
will always be remembered by our 
class. Her spare moments are spent in 
the active sports of bowling and skat- 
ing. Claire intends to go to a business 
school after graduation. 



Girls', Dramatic 3, National 
Society 3, 4 — President 4, 
4 — Secretary, Pep Squad 1, 2, 
3, 4; Tontoquoman — Typist, Student Ex- 
change 4. 



Clubs: 
Honor 
Sahico 



ELLEN LOUISE ADLINGTON 
15 Pleasant Street 
College College 

Ellen's bright smile is always seen at 
S.H.S. Football games. At college she 
will major in French, but will have to 
find extra time for her hobby, playing 
the piano and organ. 

Clubs: Girls", Dramatic 3, 4, Future 
Teachers' 3, 4 — Secretary 4, National 
Thespian 4, Pep Squad 1 , 2, 3, 4, 
Usherettes 4, French 4; Talent Night 
2, 4, Senior Play. 




JANET LOUISE ALBANESE 
29 Atlantic Avenue 
College College 

Janet's sparkling personality and nick- 
name "Big G" belies her small stature. 
Her enthusiasm has brightened many 
parties, and will, we are certain, in- 
sure her a successful four years at 
college. 



Clubs: 
Squad 



Girls', Dramatic 2, 
1, 2, 3, 4, Ski 1. 



Pep 



KATHLEEN MARGERY ALLEN 

11 Guild Road 
College College 

With a cheerful greeting for everyone, 
and always ready for fun, Kathy has 
many friends at S.H.S. She enjoys bas- 
ketball and sewing in her spate time. 
Her patience will make Kathy a fine 
teacher. 

Clubs: Girls' Cabinet 4, Bowling 2, 
Dramatic 3, Future Nurses' 3, Future 
Teachers' 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Ski 
4; AM School Play 2. 



DOROTHY JEAN ANDERSON 
25 Felton Street 

Business School 
Dottie always spreads cheerfulness. 
Although she is not very tall, she excels 
in basketball . Her sewing abil ity is 
shown by her pretty clothes. Dottie, 
you are going to meet some conceited 
people in business school. 

Clubs: Girls', Art 3, 4, Dramatic 3, 
Student Council 3, 4; Basketball H.R. 
3; Style Show 3, 4. 



SUSAN ELAINE ANDERSON 

9 Dustin Street 
College College 

Susan always has a friendly smile for 
everyone. She enjoys foreign languages. 
We are sure Sue will be a success as 
a teacher if she carries out her chosen 
profession. She will not escape her pet 
peeve — people who stop short in corri- 
dors. 

Clubs-. Dramatic 3, 4, Girls', Future 
Teachers' 3, 4, National Thespian 4, 
Pep Squad 1 , 2, Student Council 1, 
Usherettes 4; Sachem Gazette 2 — Fea- 
tures, Typist 2 ; Talent Night 4, Senior 
Play, French 4; Library Assistant 1, 
2, 3. 



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HARRIET TREVOR ANGELL 

37 Bridge Street 
General Hairdressing 

Quiet and sincere Harriet doesn't have 
an enemy in the world. Following grad- 
uation she plans to attend hairdressing 
school. We know she will learn to 
put up with waiting for people. 



JAMES MICHAEL BANKS 
43 Vine Street 
Civic Forestry Service 

Our class will never forget "Big" Jim 
and his outstanding football abili ty. 
Jim's future plans include an interest- 
ing job in the forestry service. 



Clubs: Marshal Squad 3, 
Football 1, 3, 4. 



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MARIAN ELSA BARNES 
20 Park Street 

Business School 
Although Marion is quiet in her ways, 
she has made many friends in high 
school. She will be a very efficient 
Secretary. We only hope Marian will 
not meet many conceited people there. 
Swimming and Sewing are her favorite 
sport and hobby. 

Clubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, 4, Future 
Homemakers' 1, Sahico 4; Glee Club 
1; Tontoquonian: Business Staff; Glee 
Club Concert 1; Style Show 1. 



MICHAEL FRANCIS BARRY 

74 Essex Street 
College College 

Blond, crew-cut, and ivy- league clothes 
are the chief characteristics of this 
avid football player. Mike will long 
remember the many events of our Sen- 
ior year. His favorite sport is any kind 
of skiing. 

Clubs: Chess 3, Ski 4, Debating So- 
ciety 3, Marshal Squad 3, 4 — Co-cap- 
tain 3, Captain 4; Athletics: Basketball 
1, 3, Football: 1, 3, 4. 



JOHN ELDRIDGE BARTLETT 

4 Sunset Drive 
College College 

John has certainly proven himself to 
be one of our better students. His in- 
dustry and intelligence will lead him 
to a promising future. 

Clubs: Bowling 3, Chess 3, 4— Vice 
Pres. 3, 4, Math 4, Student Council 4 
— Treas. 4, Band 1,2, 3, 4, Class Board 
of Directors 3. 



MARY BATCHELDER 
1 5 Robinson Street 
Civi-cs 

Mary is very friendly and very cheer- 
ful. That is probably why she dislikes 
"two-faced' ' people. An arcfent foot- 
ball fan, she rarely misses a game 
played by her favorite team, Saugus. 
She hasn't decided whether she wants 
to attend business college or hairdress- 
ing school. 

Clubs: Dramatic 3, Girl', Pep Squad 1, 
2, 3, Ski 4, Style Show 2, 3. 



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MARGARET ANN BELMONTE 
38 Forest Avenue 
Business Hairdressing School 

Margaret's plans for the future include 
hairdressing school. We will all re- 
member her great personality and the 
good job she did as ' 'Mag' in our 
senior ptay. 



Clubs: Bowling 1, G 
National Thespian 4 
Ski 4; Senior Play. 



rls', Dramatic 3, 
Pep Squad 1, 



ROSEMARY BENAVIDES 
76 Auburn Street 
Quiet but congenial Rosemary enjoys 
taking part in all our school activities. 
We're sure she will be a successful 
social worker. 

C/ubs: Art 3, 4, Dramatic 4, Spanish 
3, Pep Squad 2, 3, Girls', Tontoquo- 
nian Biography Staff 4. 




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MYRNA LENORE BERG 
80 Auburn Street 
Business Business School 

Popular and pretty "Bergie" has the 
peculiar hobby of talking. Her future 
plans include business school where 
she will study to become a very pro- 
ficient secretary. 

C/ubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, Future 
Homemakers' 2, 3, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 
Sahico, Ski 4, Student Council ' 1; 
Focus 1— Art Staff 1, Literary 1- Style 
Show 3. 



RALPH ALDEN BISHOP 

18 Bennett Avenue 
Civic Work 

Besides being an enthusiastic basketball 
fan, Ralph enjoys tinkering with cars. 
He has an easy-going personality, but 
a serious side too! Time marches on 
and so will Ralph — we hope with suc- 
cess. 



SANDRA LEE BISHOP 
50 Westland Avenue 
College College 

Imagine a female mathematical genius 
having a terrific personality! That's 
Sandy. With her drive, intelligence, 
and friendly manners, we are sure 
she'll be an excellent and popular 
teacher. 

Clubs: Girls', Bowling 2, 3, 4 — Vice 
Pres. 4, Dramatic 3, 4, Girls' — Cabinet 
2, Usherettes 4, Future Teachers' 4. 



WENDELL HARRISON 
BLANCHARD 
20 Adams Avenue 
Crazy hats, a motor scooter and neat 
clothes mark our class wit. Skipper. 
When he isn't at Ho Jo's, he's sure 
to be skiing down the highest slope 
in New Hampshire. 

Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4, Dramatic 
3, 4, Marshal Squad 3, 4. National 
Thespian 3, 4, Student Council 1, All 
School Play 3; Athletics: Football Man- 
ager 1, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Talent Night 3, 4. 



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JACQUELINE RUSSELL BLANEY 

29 Harrison Avenue 
Homemaking Hairdresser 

Jackie, a cute blond, plans to be a 
hairdresser. Her talent at sewing is 
proven by the lovely c'othes she wears. 
Jack-e is also famous for her blushing. 

Clubs-. Gtrls - , Bowling 3, Future Home- 
makers' 4; Style Show 2, 3; Field 
Hockey 1. 



ROSS HAWKS BLASINGAME 
29 Walnut Street 
Industrial Work 

Although Ross seems quiet, he can 
always liven up a doll gathering. While 
he's not en : oying his favorite sport 
of hockey, Ross can be seen riding on 
his motorcycle. 



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CLAIRE LAUKETTE BOURQUE 

6 Elmer Avenue 

Nursing 
As a nurse, French ie will cheer up 
many patients. An athletic girl, Claire 
is very good ot softball. Claire, people 
will wa i t for you — you won ' t wo i t for 
them. 

Oub: Girls', Softball 2, 3, 4. 



SANDRA LEE BOUVE 
14-A Robinson Street 
Business Travel 

Sandy, on avid football fan, can be 
seen at every S.H.S. game. Being tall 
ond slender, she can wear her clothes 
well, many of which she makes herself. 
After graduation, Sandy plans to travel. 

C/ubs.- Girls', Dramatic 1, 2, 3, Future 
Homemakers' 1, 2, 3, Usherettes 4; 
Style Show 1, 2, 3; Tontoquonian Ad- 
vertising Staff. 




JACQUELYN SUZANNE BOWLER 

21 Stone Street 
Business Junior College 

In the summer, fun-loving Jackie can 
usually be found camping in New 
Hampshire. There is no doubt that her 
competence and dependability will 
prove great assets In the business world. 
Jackie's car is her pride and joy. 

Clubs-. Girls', Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4— Sec 
4, Dramatic 3, Notional Honor Society 
3, 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Sahico — 
Pres. 4, Ski 4, Usherettes 4, Sachem 
Gazette 2 — Typist 2, Proofreader 2, 
Associate Editor 4, Tontoquonian, Bas- 
ketball Cheerleader 3; Style Show 1 , 
Student Exchange 4. 



RICHARD BRACKETT 

1 2 Herbert Avenue 
"Speed's" first love is distance running. 
His accomplishments in cross country 
and track are well known. He has 
been a hard working member of the 
V.A. Club this year. 

Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4, Ski 4; 
Athletics: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 — 
Captain 3, 4, Track 1 , 2, 3, 4 — Cap- 
tain 3, 4, Basketball 1, Home Room 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, 
Donkey Basketball 3, 4. 



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JUDITH ARLENE BRIERLEY 

1 5 Hemingway Road 
Business Beautician 

Judy, one of our most stylish classmates, 
plans a career as a hairdresser. Her 
pet peeve is an unusual one: people 
who are cheerful in the morning. 

Clubs: Bowling 1, Girls', Future Home- 
makers' 1, Pep Squad 1, 2, Ski 4; 
Glee Club 1, Style Show 2, 3. 



ROBERT PHILIP BRIGHAM 
10 Makepeace Street 
D.E. 

Quiet Bob is one of our hardworking 
D. E. students. His favorite pasttimes 
are foofball and weightl ifting. Bob 
plans to join the Army. 

Club: D.E.C.A. 4. 



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CHARLES FREDERICK BROWN 
56 Jasper Street 
College College 

The subtle wit and calm nature of 
Charlie have won him many friends 
His iove of sports and his eagerness 
for travel make him a pleasure to know. 

Clubs: Class Board of Directors; Audio 
Visual Aids 3, 4, Bowling Club 3, 4, 
Marshal Squad 3, 4, Ski 4; Athletics-. 
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 3, 4, 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4— Co-capt. 4. 



KAREN AAARIE BROWN 
21 Marden Street 
Business Hairdresser 

Karen's attractive clothes portray her 
talent in sewing. He; job at Touraine's 
keeps her busy, but she still finds 
time to keep up on the latest hairstyle. 

Clubs: Girls', Art 1. 



PAULINE ANN BROWN 
18 Cottage Street 
Civic College 

Tall, graceful Pauline plans to be a 
fashion model. She has only been at 
S.H.S. two years, but because of her 
sincerity and will ingness to help, she 
has made many friends. 

Clubs-. Girls', Dramatic 4, Ski 4, Pep 
Squad 3; Tolent Night 4; Style Show 4. 



RONALD FRANCIS BROWN 
12 Saugus Avenue 
Industrial Navy 

"Chief,' ' a talented artist and football 
enthusiast, has many interests, includ- 
ing plans for a trip to Colorado. Ron- 
nie, when you are in the Navy we 
hope that you will get many free 
passes to the drive-in. 



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Football 2, 3. 



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PAUL BUTT 

49 Eagle Rd. 
Nice looking Paul will always be re- 
membered by his bright red Stude- 
baker. His quiet woys have attracted 
true friends for Paul. 

Clubs: Art 1, Ski I; AfMefics: Home 
Room Basketball 2, Softball 1, 2, 
Field Hockey 1, 2; All School Play 1. 



JAMES PAUL CAMPBELL 

41 Summer Drive 

General Marines 
Monk •" is always smiling and joking, 
bur he has a serious side, too. His 

knack for getting in and out of 

difficult situations will help him in 
the Marines. 

Clubs: Art 1, 2, 3, 4— Sec. 2, Bowling 
1 , 2, 3 — Treas. 3, V. Pres. 4; Dra- 
matic 4 — Pres., National Thespian — 4, 
Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski 1; Focus 1 
— Art Staff 1, 2, 3; Home Room Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 
Volleyball 1, 2; All School Play 2; 
Senior Play; Talent Night 2. 




NANCY ANIDA CASTLE 
15 Hamilton Street 
Homemaking Work 

Friendly Nancy always has a smile for 
everyone. She enjoys any sport asso- 
ciated with water. In her spare time 
she is always working with her tape 
recorder. Don't fret, Nancy, this will 
be the last year that you'll have to 
put up with "Freshmen!" 

Clubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, 4, Future 
Homemakers' 1, 4 ; Style Show 3, Sen- 
ior Play, National Thespian 4. 



JUDITH LEE CHABOT 
11 Breakheart Road 
College Nursing 

Judy's bursting enthusiasm has been 
evident at all of our school activities. 
She will be an asset to whatever nurs- 
ing school she attends. We don't think 
she'll get much chance to ski in Jan- 
uary though! 

C/ubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, 4, Future 
Nurses' 3, 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, Record 
1, Ski 4, Student Council I; Focus 1 
2 — Reporter 1, 2; Homeroom Basketball 
1, 2; Talent Night 2; All School Play 
2. 



WILLIAM JOSEPH C. CHAMBERS 

12 Anowon Avenue 
College Medicine 

Bill plans to become a doctor. His 
busy schedule consists of V.A. President, 
a part- time job, the basketball team. 
Bewick's personality will always *be 
remembered by his elossmotes. 

Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4 — Pres. 
4, Chess 3, 4, Dramatic 3, 4, Marshal 
Squad 3, 4, Math 4, National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Athletics-. Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4, Home Room Basketball 2, 3, 
Volleyball 3. 



LUCIA LINDA CIAMPA 
21 Pronkers Road 
Business Hairdressing School 

Although Lucia is taking the business 
course, her future plan is hairdressing 
school. She enjoys horseback riding. 
Lucia's greatest aversion is spiders. 



Clubs: Girls', Sahico 4 ; 
Typist. 



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DENNIS CHARLIE CLAYTON 

17 Hood Street 
Business College 

Dennis has a very good quality, he is 
a good listener. He spends his spare 
time attendinq the football games and 
playing the piano. 

Club: D.amatic 4; Home Room Basket- 
ball 3. 



FRANK GEORGE COLANTO 

311 Lincoln Avenue 



Although he is a rather quiet person, 
Frankie's favorite pastime is the ac- 
tive sport of sailing. His ambitious 
nature will help him to be a success 
in whatever he decides to do. 

Athletics: Home Room Basketball 2 







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PHYLLIS MARIE COLANTUONI 
6 Lewis Lane 
College School of Nursing 

Phyllis" ready smile and likable dis- 
position will be in her favor as she 
hopes to become a nurse. During her 
nurses' training, we hope that she can 
find some time for swimming. 



MARY BARBARA COLLINS 
323 Walnut Street 
Business Secretary 

Good-natured and sincere Mary, is 
always willing to help someone. Be- 
cause of her friendly, efficient manner, 
she will make a very good secretary. 















C/ubs: Girls', Sahico, Dramatic 3; Pep 


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LAWRENCE NEIL COMEAU 
35 Saville Street 
Civic Drafting Field 

Laurie's future plans are to become a 
draftsman. We hope that this voca- 
tion leaves him some time for his 
favori te sport — football . 

Club: National Thespians; Senior Play 



ROBERT VINCENT COMEAU 
35 Saville Street 
Industrial Arts Air Force 

Bob is another boy who enjoys working 
on cars in his spare moments. He 
looks forward to the summer months 
for his favorite sport — swimming. When 
Bob enters the Air Force, he won't 
be irritated by girls with colds. 

Club: National Thespians, Dramatic 
3, 4; Talent Night 4; Senior Play. 



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CANDANCE FRONIA COOPER 
16 Ook Po.nt Rood 
College College 

Working ond going to school keep 
Candy pretty busy, but her spore time 
is occupied with bowling. Her future 
plans include college. Her good nature 
will prove a great asset in a teaching 
career. 

C/ubs: Dromatic 2, French 4, Future 
Teochers', Bond Librarian 1. 



JOSEPH ANDREW CONSTANTINO 

718 Broadway 
Industrial Art School 

Good looking Joe plans to attend Art 
School after graduation, but we can't 
promise that he won't meet any "red- 
heads who smoke" there!! Football 
rates first as Joe's favorite sport and 
his hobby is cars, cars, cars. 

Cubs: Art 3, 4. 




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ROGER MARTIN COTTE 

3 Johnson Road 
Scientific College 

Nunzio, cheerful and friendly, is bound 
to succeed at engineering college. 
Hockey is his favorite sport but he 
also enjoys a good game of ping 
pong. Its not hard to understand why 
Roger hotes working on week-ends. 



C/ubs; V.A. 3, 
2, Mcth 4, Che; 
Class Board of 



4, Student Council 1, 
s 3, 4 ; Talent Night 3; 
Directors 4. 



DAVID COX 
1 76 Essex Street 
College 

Dave enjoys experimenting with many 
new and interesting projects in the 
scientific field. We know his ability 
will help him to succeed in the years 
to come. 

Clubs: Chess 3, Glee 1, 2, 3, 4— Pres. 
4, Board 3, Mixed Glee 1, 2, 3, 4; 
All School Play 2. 



SUSAN JANE CRAIK 
3 Spring Lane 
College Nursing 

Cute and popular "Craik" has led 
many a cheer for her favorite sport, 
football. Her friendly ways make a 
good impression on everyone. Hospital 
corridors will be changed for the 
better when she enters the world of 
nursing. 

Clubs: Girls', Dromatic 3, 4, Future 

Nurses' 3, 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, Ski 4; 

Cheer Leader 3, 4 — Capt. 4 ; Talent 
Night 2 ; All School Play 2. 



BASIL SCOTT CROOKER 
128 Fairmont Avenue 



Basil is known among his classmates as 
the shy, quiet type. He enjoys hot 
rods and water skiing as his hobbies. 

Athletics: Home Room Basketball 2. 



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WILLIAM CHARLES CUMAAINGS 
]7 Sapphire Road 
Civic 

Good looking Bill is everybody's friend. 
His willingness to work and his en- 
thusiasm will aid him in his future 
plans. 



GLORIA ANN CUSHING 

23 Pinehurst Ave. 
Business Prep School 

Gloria is always full of fun, trying to 
help everyone enjoy life as much as 
she does. When she's not busy with 
her school work, she enjoys dancing 
and swimming, not to mention cheer- 
ing for basketball team. 

Clubs: Girls', Future Homemakers' 1, 
2, Dramatic 3; Style Show 3; Mixed 
Glee 1, 2. 



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RUSSELL WILSON CUTTER 
20 Hurd Avenue 
D.E. College 

Russ, one of our few D.E. students, 
plans to attend college in the future. 
He enjoys a good game of football. 
Model trains are his hobby. 

C/ubs: D.E.C.A. 4— Treas. 4. 



FRANCES TERESA DANCEWICZ 

19 Jasper Street 
College Teacher 

Fran's quiet, sincere manner as well as 
her natural ability to handle young 
children will make her an 'deal ele- 
mentary school teacher. When Fran 
isn't attending a basketball game, she 
is usually knitting or sewing. 

Clubs-. Girls', Future Teachers' 3, 4; 
Athletics: Basketball 2, 3; Field Hockey 
3. 



JOAN LINDA DAVIS 
5 Holden Avenue 
Business Business School 

Joanie always finds something to occupy 
her time. In winter it's sewing and in 
summer it's swimming. A friend to all, 
Joanie is annoyed by conceited people. 

Clubs: Girls', Usherettes, Sahico 4, 
Bowling 1, 2, Dramatic 3, 4, Pep 
Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Style Show 2. 



MARCIA RENEE DELEACO 
14 Laurine Road 
College Teaching 

Marcia, cute and amiable, plans to 
be a teacher. She likes math, but 
sports- wise, football and bowl ing rate 
highly with her. Marcia dislikes wait- 
ing for people who aren't on time. 

Clubs: Art 2, 3, 4, Dramatic 3, Bowling 
2, 3, Notional Honor Society 3, 4, 
Usherettes 4; Talent Night 3, 4; All 
School Play 2, 3. 



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PAULINE EVELYN DEPUTAT 
40 Gales Road 
Business 

Quiet and reserved Pauline will be 
tops in any phase of the business field. 
Most of her spare time is spent at 
her Singer sewing machine making 
dresses to wear to the Boathouse on 
those wonderful weekends! 

Clubs-. Dramatic 3, Pep Squod 1, 2, 
Sahico 4, Tontoquonian Business Staff; 
Style Show 1, 2; Volleyball 1. 



PETER BERNARD DeSANTIS 



9 Laconia Avenue 



Civic 

Sincere, 

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Draftsman 
ranks high 



thoughtful Pete 
the senior girls. When not 
working at G.E.M. his pastime is cars, 



Athletics: Basketball 
ball 1. 



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PAUL FRANCIS DOHERTY 
8 Kent Street 
Scientific College 

Paul, who dislikes getting up e*]rly for 
school, will have to put up with it 
throughout his college years. He won't, 
we're sure, mind getting up early to 
go swimming. 

Clubs: Chess 4, Math 4— Sec. 4, Na- 
tional Thespians 4; Talent Night 4; 
Senior Play 4; All School Play 3, 4; 
Athletics: Track 3; Homeroom Basket- 
ball 2. 



PETER PHILIP DOAABROWSKI 

6 Pamela Road 
Civic Navy 

There's never a dull moment when 
Pete is around; his wit livens up any 
discussion or party. This likeable senior 
hopes to become a Navy man after 
graduation. 

Club: Radio 1, Athletics-. Home Room 
Basketball 1, 2, 3. 



GARY GEORGE DONOVAN 

1 Arnold Terrace 
Scientific College 

Like many others, Gary plans to attend 
college next fall. His spare time is 
usually spent at hockey games. We 
can easily understand why Gary shuns 
tall girls. 

Athletics: H.R. Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track 
3; Club: Mixed Glee 1. 



MICHAEL EDWARD DOWLING 

5 Denver Street 
College College 

A newcomer to Saugus High in his 
senior year, Mike soon won many 
friends. Like so many other boys, Mike 
enjoys working on cars. We know Mike 
will do well in college and have 
success in the future. 

Club: Art 4. 



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SUSAN DOWN 
23 Birch Street 
College College 

Sue, who is so easy to get along with, 
has chosen a teaching career, and her 
consideration for others is bound to 
make her a successful teacher. Sue's an 
avid football fan, and she also enjoys 
bowl ing and water-skiing. 

Clubs: Girls', Bowling 1 , 2, 3, 4— 
Treas. 4, F.T.A. 3, 4 — Sec. 4, French 
4; Library Assistant 2, 3; Softball. 



PARKER GORDON DOWS 
144 Central St. 
College Dentist 

Por-ka, witty and friendly, enjoys 
hockey and baseball. Collecting many 
things seems to be his hobby, but let's 
hope as a dentist he won' t collect too 
many teeth! 

Clubs: Camera 3, 4, Marshal Squad 
3, 4; Style Show 3; All School Play 3. 




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DENNIS MICHAEL DOVER 
287 Main Street 
College Engineering 

Industrious and friendly, Denny has 
chosen engineering for his college 
major. He enjoys football, but during 
the winter out come the skis! Denny's 
great with a camera, as shown by his 
work tn our yearbook. 

Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4, Camera 
3, 4, National Thespian 3, 4, Ski 4; 
Yearbook — Photography 4, Glee Club 
1, 2, 3, Mixed Glee 1, 2, 3; Athletics: 
Football 3. 



JOHN ARNOLD DRISCOLL 
161 Essex Street 
College College 

"Mr. Quarterback," that's our tall, 
athletic John. Although he has an un- 
predictable manner, working as a life 
guard and girls (?) get his O.K. 
John's future includes an education at 
one of the New England colleges. 

Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4, Dra- 
matic 2, Marshal Squad 2, 3, 4, Ski 4; 
Athletics: Football 1, 2, 3, .4— Co-Cap- 
tam 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3. 



DENNIS CHARLES DUVAL 
21 Curtis Road 
Distributive Ed. Selling 

Den, one of our D.E. students, is pre- 
paring for his career in salesmanship. 
When he is not working on his project, 
you will find him under the hood 
of a car or on a baseball diamond. 

Clubs-. D.E.C.A.— Pres. 4. 



ALEXANDER ROBERT EASSON 
18 Newcomb Ave. 
Distributive Ed. College 

Quiet Al, like most boys, enjoys work- 
ing with cars. Because football is his 
favorite sport, he I ikes to play as 
well as attend the games. Al, we hear 
that you can play a mean guitar! 

Clubs: Bowling 1, 2, D.E.C.A. 4. 



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CATHERINE LORRAINE EICHEL 

40 Lincoln Avenue 
Civic School 

Kit hos worked ot the Stop ond Shop 
for the past two years. In her free?? 
time she enjoys bowling ond collect- 
ing records. But, oh — how she dislikes 
getting up early in the morning! 

Clubs: Dramatic 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 
Girls' Pep Squad 1; Glee Club Con- 
cert 1. 



DONNA LEE ELDRIDGE 
2 Hayden Road 
College College 

Donna, a football fan, can be found 
at every S.H.S. game. Her energy and 
spirit hos sparked many a school ac- 
tivity. Donna plans to develop her 
artistic talent ot Mass. College of Art. 

Clubs: Girls", Art 2, 3, 4, Dramatic 
3; Sachem Gazette Art Staff 2, Ton- 
toquonian Art Staff 4. 





PAULA ANN FALASCA 
9 Riverside Court 
Business Hoirdressing 

Paula's plans for the future incl jde 
ha r dressing school . We know she 
w:ll always find time for her favorite 
sports, swimming and bowling. 

Clubs.- Dramatic 3, Future Homemak- 
ers' 1. 



ELLEN ELIZABETH FARRENKOPF 
48 Western Avenue 
College College 

Ellen's cheery smile has brightened 
many a dreary day. Her witty per- 
sonality will, we are sure, bring her 
many new friends in college. 

Clubs: Dramatic 3, French 4, Art Club 
2, 3, 4; Focus 1 , Tontoquonian Bio- 
graphy Staff 4, Talent Night 4. 



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7 Nason Road 
Scientific 

William, o sharp dresser, is one of 
our most likeable classmates. His end- 
less supply of energy is on asset for 
his favorite sport, skiing. Bill's future 
incTudes a college education. 

Clubs-. Art 2, 3, 4— Treos. 4, Bowling 
2, 3, Dramatic 3, Ski 4 — Board of 
Directors 4, Student Council 2. 



ROBERT ALEXANDER FERGUSON 

83 Winter Street 

Coast Guard 
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nclude the Coast Guard. We're sure 
that while he is in the service he'll 
be able to avoid "cliques." 



Clubs: Bowling 4, Ski 4; 
Football 3, 4, Track 3, 4. 



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WILLIAM HAROLD FERGUSON 
373 Main Street 
College College 

Big Bill has college in his future plans. 
Realizing his keen initiative and ability 
in varied activities, we know that his 
success is almost guaranteed. 



RONALD RICHARD FESTA 
33 Wickford Street 
Civic Service 

Ronnie's personality will make him 
many friends in the service after grad- 
uation. His only peeve is a busy signal 
when he calls for a date. 

Clubs: Dramatic 3, 4 — Vice Pres. 4, 
Student Council 3 — Vice Pres. 3, Na- 
tional Thespians 4; Focus 2; Basketball 
1, Home Room Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; 
Style Show 2; All School Play 2; Senior 
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DIANNE LEE FINEGAN 
138 Walnut Street 
Business Business School 

Dianne, who is always smiling and 
laughing, has brightened up many 
dull moments. When she's not busy 
sewing, Dia can usually be found skat- 
ing. Let's hope Dianne won't be con- 
fronted by any cliques in business 
school. 



C/ubs.- Girls', Pep Squad 1, 
4; Style Show 1, 2. 



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JANET MARILYN FLOYD 

40 Main Street 
College College 

Janet's intelligence has easily placed 
her in the top of the class. As a 
Saugus High twirler, Janet has been an 
asset to the squad. An efficient person 
like Janet is naturally annoyed by 
people who aren't on time. 

Clubs: National Honor Society 3, 4, 
Student Council 1, 2; Twirler 2, 3, 4; 
Band Concert 2, 3, 4. 



JOAN EILEEN GALLAGHER 
70 Lincoln Avenue 
Business Secretary 

Joan's bright personality has added 
much to our days at Saugus High Her 
nice clothes are the result of many 
happy hours spent sewing. Joan will 
never tire of winter as long as she 
can ice skate. 

C/ubs: Girls', Ski 4, Future Home- 
makers' 1, 2, 4; Style Show 3, 4; Li- 
brary Assistant 4. 



JAMES GAMMON 
38 Elmwood Avenue 



Good-looking Jim, although quiet, is 
well-liked by everyone. His spare t : me 
is spent lifting weights. The G.E. 
apprentice course will be lucky to have 

J.m. 

C/ubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4; Afhfe/tcsi 
Homeroom Basketball 1, 2. 



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PETER CARNEY GLEITSMANN 

5 Stevens Avenue 
Scientific College 

At our class reunions we won't be sur- 
prised to meet a great scientist — Pete, 
of course! His skill on the drums has 
made him on indispensable part of 
our band. 

Club: National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Bond Concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Night 
3; Band t, 2, 3, 4— Pres. 4— Treas. 3; 
Basketball 1, 2. 



LYNN BELL GLUSKER 

85 Hurd Avenue 
College College 

An active band member, Lynn plans 
to enter the field of social work. In 
this type of work, she will just have to 
get up on dark mornings. 

Clubs: Girls', Art 4, Dramatic 3, 4, 
Usherettes 4; Band 1 , 2, 3, 4 — Vice 
Pres. 4; Talent Night 3, 4. 





JANET MARIE GOLDEN 
3 Olive Avenue 
College Nursing 

Goldie, a friend to all, is •always 
laughing in that, oh so unforgettable 
way! She enjoys all sports and has a 
great interest in all school activities. 
Her future olans? Mass. General, here 
comes Goidie! 

C/ubs: Girls', Cabinet 3, 4 — Vice Pres. 

3, Pres. 4, Future Nurses' 3, Pep 

Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski 4, Usherettes 

4; Focus 1; Tolent Night 4; Student 
Exchange 4. 



CAROL ANN GOULD 

21 Bow Street 
Business Secretary 

Tall, quiet Carol enjoys skating in 
the winter and horseback riding in the 
summer. Carol dislikes loud people, 
therefore, she avoids them in her choice 
of friends. 

Clubs: Dramatic 3, 4, Girls', Future 
Homemakers' 1 , Sahico ^, Ski 4, 
Usherettes 4; Style Show 1, 2, 3. 



ANTHONY GUANCI 
5 Laurine Road 
Civic Service 

After graduation, good natured Tony 
plans to enter the Air Force. A good 
game of football always attracts his 
attention and in his spare time he 
can usually be found at o bowling 
alley. His pet peeve — women drivers. 



PAMELA JEAN GUARINO 

3 Western Place 
Business I.B.M. School 

Fun-loving and quiet Pam is one of 
our most ambitious band members. She 
enjoys the active summer sports, espe- 
cially water skiing. After graduation, 
Pam will attend I.B.M. School. 

C/ubs: Girls' — Cabinet 2, Sahico 4, 
Dramatic 3, 4; Band 3, 4; Glee Club 
1, Mixed Glee I, 



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BARBARA HAGGERTY 

62 Lynn Fells Parkway 
What's that noise? It's the hum of a 
sewing machine where Barb often can 
be found hard at work. Her contagious 
laugh can be heard throughout the 
school. 

C/ubs: Dramatic 3, Future Homemakers' 
1, 2; Style Show 1, 2. 



CARL HANSON 

32 Summer Street 
Civic Art School 

Tall, good-looking Carl is our class 
blusher. His sincerity will make his 
future plans work out. The class of 
'63 advises Carl to keep cool when 
he's embarrassed. 

C/ubs: Art Club 2, 3, 4. 




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372 Lincoln Avenue 
Civics Service 

Riff is always ready to liven up a dull 
crowd. In what little spare time he 
has, he enjoys a good game of base- 
ball. We know he will make many 
new friends in the Service and hope he 
doesn't forget the many he has made 
at S.H.S.. 

C/ubs: Art 3, 4. 



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9 Hillsdale Avenue 
Reed, a versatile band member, plays 
both the clarinet and the alto clarinet. 
Because he is mechanically minded, he 
enjoys working on cars. 
Music: Band Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 
I, 2, 3, 4. 



MARIE MARY HARRIS 

15 Glen Park Avenue 
D.E. Secretary 

Always laughing and on the go, Marie 
is another one of our D.E. students. 
She, unlike many, doesn't mind the 
winter too much because it means lots 
of ice skating. Marie has a pet peeve, 
people who talk behind your back. 

C/ubs: Girls', D.E.C.A. 4, Dramatic 
3, 4, Marshal Squad 4, Pep Squad 1, 
2, Ski 4; Athletics: Basketball 2, 4, 
Volleyball 3, Field Hockey 2; Style 
Show 1, 2, 3, Library Aid 1, 2, 3. 



MARIE BARBARA HARRISON 

8 Oak Street 
College Nursing 

Marie's high academic honors in high 
school will aid her greatly as she 
studies to become a nurse. Her sincerity 
will brighten any hospital. 

C/ubs.- Girls', Pep Squad 1, Dramohc 
3, Future Nurses' 4 — Treos. 4; Sachem 
Gazette 2 — Reporter 2. 



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DONALD A. HART 
30 Henry Street 
D.E. 

Don has the very interesting hobby cf 
collecting coins and stamps. After 
graduation he plans to work. We all 
know that he will be a success in 
whotever field he selects. 

Clubs: D.E.C.A. 4. 



RICHARD MICHAEL HASHEM 

33 Johnson Road 
College College 

Friendly and well-known Rich has 
athletic interests. In school his favorite 
class is gym. Basketball rotes e: pad ally 
high with him. S.H.S. games would 
not be complete wi thout Rich in the 
stands. 



Clubs: Bowli 
Basketball 1, 
3. 4. 



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2, H.R. Basketball 1, 2, 



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JUDITH ANN HERALD 
503 Central Street 
O.E. Junior College 

Judy has been one of the very active 
members of the distributive educotion 
class. Her spare time is filled with 
many joyful hours at either a bowling 
alley or o skat'ng rink. 



RAE HERALD 
12 Brookfield Lane 
College Nurse 

As a newcomer to S.H.S. in the Senior 
year, Roe has made many friends. 
She enjoys water skiing. After gradua- 
tion plans to attend Lynn Hospital 
School of Nursing. 



Clubs: Girls', D.E.C.A. — Vice President Clubs-. Girls' 
4, Dramatic 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Home- 
makers' 2, 3, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JANINE HERMSDORF 

78 Western Avenue 
College College 

Happy-go-lucky Janine has been quite 
an active member of the S.H.S. Band 
and Art Club. We can easily under- 
stand why her favorite pastimes are 
music and art. Her pet- peeve? Janine 
is one of the few lucky people thot 
doesn't have one. 

Clubs: Girls', Art 2, 3, 4— Sec. 2, 
Bowling 1, 2, 3, Dramatic 3, 4, Na- 
tional Thespian 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, 
Ski 4, Usherettes 4; Focus Reporter 1, 
Tontoquonian Art Staff 4; Field Hockey 
1; Band Concert 3, 4 ; Talent Night 
3, 4, All School Play 2, 3. 



JANICE ARLINE HIGGINS 

2 Rodgers Road 
Colloge School Teacher 

Barneys lively personality will definite- 
ly be valuable in college as well os 
in the teaching profession. Janice, re- 
member your blue "bomb?" What's the 
matter with nervous drivers??? 



Clubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, Ski 
Tontoquonian Biography Staff. 



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WAYNE WALSON HITCHINGS 
10 Church Street 
Scientific College 

Woyne, a science enthusiast, plans to 
study Minerology in college. His 
favorite sport? Basketball, of course! 
Waynes humor has brightened up 
many dreary days. 

Clubs: Mineral 3; AfhJitfci: Basketball 
1, 2, Homeroom 1, 2, 3, 4. 



MICHAEL JOSEPH HOLLAND 

12 Makepeace Street 
College College 

A chess enthusiast, easy-going Mike en- 
joys wafer skiing. This conscientious 
senior plans to further his education 
at college. 

C/ufas.- Chess 3 — Sec.-Treas. 3, Radio 
1, Glee Club 1, Athletics: Track 1, 3, 4. 



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19 Herbert Avenue 
Scientific College 

Quief and amiable Jim has a sweet 
tooth for "Candy." He loves most any 
sport, but especially water skiing, and 
swimming. Jim, like most boys, dis- 
likes domineering girls. 



RICHARD JOHN HOWELL 

80 Walnut Street 



Cars, motorcycles and outdoor sports 
are Dick's main interests. Although he 
seems quiet, he is extremely friendly 
to people he knows. We wish Richard 
luck in the future. 



LAURENCE GLEN HUMPHRIES 

19 Myrtle Street 



Blond, quiet and sincere, that's Larry. 
He enjoys photography and good 
books. Larry's future plans are on- 
decided. 



MICHAEL THOMAS HURLEY 



15 Anawan Avenue 



Civic 
Happy 
except 
ceited. 



Service 



Mike is quiet but friendly, 
towards people who are con- 
Following graduation he plans 
to work, and, of course, fit plenty 
of baseball into his schedule. Athletics: 
Baseball 1, 2, 3. 



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JANICE LOUISE INMAN 
14 Winter Street 
College Social Worker 

Lively Janice has added a lot of spark 
to our cheerleading squad- After cheer- 
ing season is over, Janice uses her 
energy in her favorite sport, bowl ing. 
We wish Janice much success in her 
career as a social worker. 
Class Vice Pres. 2, Board of Directors 
4; Clubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, Future 
Homemakers' 1, Ski 4, Student Council 
3, 4, Usherettes 4, French — Sec. 4, 
F.T.A. 4; Cheer Leader 3, 4, Guidance 
Office 2, 3. 



DONALD JANUARY 



21 Glendale Avenue 
Civic College 

Sportsminded Don has been a great 
help to the football and baseball 
teams. Don's interests consist of his 
car, working, and anything athletic. 
He should make many new friends in 
college. 

Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4, Dra- 
matic 2, 3, Marshal Squad 3, 4, Ski 4, 
Student Council 1, 2, 3; Athletics: Base- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4— Captain 4, Football 
3, 4. 




HERBERT LAWRENCE JENKINS 
15 Harvard Avenue 
College 

Although short in stature Herbie enjoys, 
and is a good ployer of basketball. He 
spends his spare time drawing and 
hopes to continue his ort work by 
attending a college of art. 

Clubs: Art 3, 4, V.A. 3, 4, Dramatic 
3, 4, Marsha! Squad 4, National 
Thespian 3, 4 — Pres. 4, Vice Pres. 3; 
Baseball 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Talent Night 3, 4. 



DAVID JOHNSON 
71 Denver Street 
Civic Work 

Dave, amiable and lots of fun, intends 
to work after graduation. Although 
he enjoys all sports, baseball is tops 
with him. Lucky Dave has no pet 
peeve. 

Class Vice Pres. 4; Clubs: Audio Visual 
Aids 3, 4; Athletics: Baseball 2, 4. 



KATHY SCOTT JOHNSTON 



5 Hilldale Terrace 



Secretary 



Business 

Kathy has a unique pet peeve; break- 
fast. She's got to loam to eat a 
good one, for the typical secretary's 
day is long and busy. Her sewing 
ability will give Kathy a beautiful 
wardrobe. 

Clubs: Girls', Bowling 2, 3, Dramatic* 
3, Pep Squad 1, 2, Sahico 4 — Treas- 
urer; Tontoquonian Advertising and 
Business Staffs, Style Show 1. 



RUSSELL LAWRENCE KEENE 
130 Oaklandvale Avenue 
College College 

Russ, the photographer of tomorrow, 
is the yearbook's camera man today. 
His fine personality and willingness to 
work will surely help him to secure 
a successful future. 

Clubs-. Camera 3, 4— Vice Pres. 3; Ski 
4, Tontoquonian Photography Staff 4. 



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LORRAINE VALERIE KELLER 

49 Chestnut Street 
Civic Business School 

Which twin is it? Ranie and her coun- 
terpart have kept us guessing for four 
years and we still aren't sure who's 
who! We wish her much success in 
the business world, hoping she can 
find time for swimming, her favorite 
sport. 

Clubs: Girls", Art 1, Dramatic 4. 



LUCILLE VIRGINIA KELLER 
49 Chestnut Street 
Civics Business School 

Lucille, you look like someone we've 
seen before, oh, yes, your twin! 
An enthusiastic sports fan, Lucille 
prefers roller skating. We wish her 
succes in business school. 

Clubs: Art 4, Dramatic 3. 





MAUREEN KELLEY 
24 Appleton Sfreet 
Business Work 

Moe has made a terrific cheerleader 
for the last two years. When she begins 
her career in the business world, she'll 
probably find that her boss shares 
her own pet peeve: that of people 
who aren't on time. 

Class Treasurer 2. Clubs: Girls', Dra- 
matic 3, 4, Pep Squad, Sahico, Ski 4; 
Tontoquonian Business Staff 4; Cheer- 
leader 3, 4 : Talent Night 2, Style 
Show 1 ; All School Play 2- Pep Rallies 
2, 3, 4, 



SHARON KAY KELTY 
49 Rear Central Street 
Civic 

Sharon's acting ability helped to spark 
the senior play. She prefers older type 
parts. Sharon is always eager and 
willing to lend a helping hand. Sharon's 
interests are varied — She likes sports 
as well as dramatics. 

Clubs: Girls', Bowling 4, Dramatic 3, 
4, Senior Play; Sachem Gazette Literary 
3; Basketball 1, Softball 1, Mixed Glee 
1, 2. 



RICHARD KIMBALL KENNEY 

7 Elmwood Avenue 
College College 

Richard, one of our S.H.S. football 
players, has an odd pet peeve: Kids 
with no school spirit. Rich's hobby, 
weight lifting, has helped him to de- 
velop an able body. 

Clubs: V.A. 3, 4, Chess 3, 4, Marshal 
Squad 3, 4, Math 4— Pres. 4; AfMefics.- 
Baseball Manager 2, Basketball Man- 
ager 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee 
Club Concert 1, Glee Club 1, Mixed 
Glee 1. 



NANCY MARIE KERRIGAN 
10 Sellings Road 
Business Business School 

Quiet Nancy is a girl who enjoys 
outdoor sports like skating and foot- 
ball games. Her neatness and ability 
will make Nancy welcome in the busi- 
ness world. 

Clubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, Pep Squad 
1, 2, 3, 4, Sahico — Vice-President; 
Tontoquonian Advertising Staff, Business 
Staff, Typist 4; Style Show 2; Li- 
brary Aid 1 . 



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PATRICIA ANN KINGMAN 
1 Pronker Road 
Business Business School 

Pat's sincere ways have won her many 
friends at S.H.S. Her ability to sew 
neatly, has made Pat especially aware 
of people who dress sloppily. Some 
business school will be lucky to have 
Pat as a student. 

Clubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, 4, National 
Thespian 3, 4; Style Show 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Play. 



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KATHRYN MARIE KINSLEY 

9 McLean Road 
College College 

Attractive, ambitious, personality plus 
— that's our Kathy. With all her Saugus 
high spirit, she enjoys the football 
season very much. Only one thing can 
bother Kathy — late people. 

Clubs: Girls', Art 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 

3, Dramatic 3, 4, National Thespian 

4, Usherettes 4; Style Show 3; Tonto- 
quonian Art Staff 4 ; Talent Night 3, 
4, All School Play 2, 3, 4. 









EtAINE SHERRILL KOSTECKI 
6 Belmont Street 
Civic Nursing 

Elaine, with her friendly nature, has 
been very popular at S.H.S. She is 
another avid football fan and can 
be seen at most of the games. Elaine, 
you'll just hove to endure homework 
until you finish nursing school. 

Oubs: Bowling 2, Dramatic 3, 4, 
Future Nurses' 3, 4, Girls', National 
Thespian 4, Pep Squad 1, Ski 4; 
Donkey Basketball 3, 4; Guidance 
Office Aide 4; Focus 1, 2; Senior Play. 



LORE LISA KREIBOHAA 

49 Fairmont Avenue 
Finish High School in Germany. 
Lore is the first exchange student at 
S.H.S. Because of her sincerity, she 
has made many friends in her short stay. 
We are proud to have this wonderful 



German girl in 



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Clubs: Girls' 
Vice Pres. 4. 



Future Homemakers'- 



SUSAN MARIE KUTNIEWSKI 
125 Broadway 
Business Secretarial Work 

You can depend on Susan for almost 
anything. An outdoor girl, Susan espe- 
cially enjoys horseback riding. Only 
when people mispronounce her last 
name twice will her temper flare. 

Clubs: Girls', Pep Squad 1, 2, Sahico 
4, Ski 4, Usherettes 4; Style Show 1, 2. 



WILLIAM HOWARD KYLE 

21 Wonderland Avenue 
College 

Talented and popular Bill has always 
taken a great interest in all school 
activities. Even though he is always 
smiling and joking, he will do justice 
to the college of his choice. 

Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4— Vice 
Pres. 4, Chess 3, Marshal Squad 3, 
4, Student Council 1, 3,. 4— Pres. 4; 
Athletics: Basketball 2, Home Room Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, 4— Vice Pres. 3, Career 
Conference 3, 4. 



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RITA LOUISE LAWRENCE 
11 Denver Street 
College College 

The S.H.S. games would not be com- 
plete without affable Rita leading the 
twirlers. Her interests include sewing, 
reading, and horseback riding. College 
awaits her after graduation. 

C/ubs: Girls', Spanish 4, Teachers' 4, 
National Honor Society 3, 4, Pep Squad 
1; Tontoquonian Biography Staff 4; 
Band Concert 2, 3, 4 : Twirler 2, 3, 4 
— Captain 4, Guidance Office Aide 
3, 4. 



CATHERINE MARGARET LINEHAN 

14 Ernest Street 
Business Privote Secretary 

When you are with Cathy, you always 
find happiness. The only people who 
don't rate with her are those who 
crack their kunckles. Cathy plans to 
become a private secretary. 

Clubs: Dramatic 3, Pep Squad 1, 2, 
Sahico 4, Girls'; Style Show 1. 



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LUCILLE CAROL LOAABARDO 

201 Lynn Fells Parkway 
Business Finishing School 

When you see a crowd of people and 
commotion, in the center you will find 
Lucille, alias Pizon. She will certainly 
liven up any finishing school! For such 
an active girl, late people really 
brother, Pizon. 

Clubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, 4, Future 
Nurses' 4, Homemakers' 1, 2, Pep 
Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Sahico 4, Usherettes 
4; Focus 1; Talent Night 2; Style Show 
1; All School Play 2. 



LIANE ILENE LUDWIG 
18 Pill ings Road 
Business Secretary 

Liane, with her cute ways, has made 
many friends at S.H.S. Being an ef- 
ficient person, she will make o gocd 
secretary. Liane' s favorite sports are 
tennis and skiing. 

C/ubs : Dramatic 3, 4, Girls', Sahico 
4, Student Council 2; Talent Night 2; 
All School Play 2; Basketball Cheer 
Leader 3. 



SUSAN LUDWIG 
36 Mount Vernon Street 
College College 

Personality plus, that's our Sue, who 
has been one of our most active class- 
mates. Sue is always at S.H.S. hockey 
games, where her enthusiasm "sparks" 
the crowd. We wish "Lud" the best of 
luck in college. 

Class Sec. 3; C/ubs: Girls', — Treas. 1, 
Chess 3, Dramatic 3, Future Nurses" 3, 
Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski— Board of 
Directors 4, Student Council 3, Usher- 
ettes 4; Tontoquonian Associate Editor 
4, D.A.R. Delegate 4; Career Confer- 
ence Committee 3, 4. 



JOHN SCOTT LUAASDEN 
4 Johnston Terrace 
College College 

Scott's wit always has his classmates 
laughing. His height and ability have 
greatly helped our basketball team. 
Scott hates to make-up homework. Why, 
Scott?! 

C/ubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4, Marshal 
Squad 3, 4; Athletics: Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4, Home Room Basketball 1 , FooN 
ball 1. 



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ANDREA JOAN LUSCINSKI 
28 Dudley Street 
Business Business School 

Humorous and amusing Andy is always 
joking and laughing. When not work- 
ing at the Stop and Shop, she finds 
time to onswer "those" letters. Do 
your future plans concern the Navy, 
Andy? 

Clubs: Bowling I, Dramatic 3, Girls', 
National Thespian 3, 4 — Treas., Sec. 3, 
Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Sahico, Ski 4, 
Usherettes 4; Business Staff Tontoquon- 
ion 4; Style Show 2. 



SHARYN ETHEL LYNCH 

7 Wormstead Street 
Business Beautician 

Shoryn's hoppy face made her many 
friends. We are sure she will find 
success in her studies at Beautician 
School. 

Club: Girls'. 




JOHN LYNN 

19 East Denver Street 
College College 

"Big John,'* a member of the football 
team, showed us how much he enjoyed 
his favorite sport — football. His hobby 
is talking to girls. His future plans 
are attendance at o four year college. 

Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4, Marshal 
Squad 3, 4; Athletics-. Football 1, 2, 3, 
4, Home Room Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4. 



ELIZABETH ANN MacLEAN 
5 Adams Avenue 
College Art School 

Betty, an excellent artist, plans to 
further her education in this field. 
Her pleasant personality and sincere 
ways hove made her many true friends 
at S.H.S. 

Clubs: Art 2, 3, 4— Vice Pres., Treas. 
2, 3, Bowling 3, Dramatic 3, National 
Honor Society 3, 4 — Treas. Notional 
Thespian 4, Pep Squad 1, Usherettes 4, 
French Club 4; Sachem Gazette — Re- 
porter 2; Tontoquonion Associate Editor 
4; Talent Night 3. 



JUDITH ANN MACOAABER 
28 Columbus Avenue 
College College 

Although Judy appears quiet, she can 
really come out with the witty re- 
marks. She I ikes music, enjoys most 
sjjorts, especially basketball. Her future 
plans include hospital pharmacy, but 
not people who are poor I isteners. 

Clubs: Girls', Art 1, National Honor 
Society 3, 4 — Vice Pres. 4; Band 1, 2, 
3, 4, Librarian 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 
Basketball 1, 4 — Co-Copt. 4. 



LINDA NORRINE AAacPHEE 
27 Avon Street 
College College 

Likeable Linda, with her quiet, reserved 
ways, plans to go to college. She en- 
joys art and skiing above everything 
else. We wish Linda much success in 
the future. 

Clubs: Art 2, 3, 4 — Sec. 4, Dramatic 
3, Girls'— Cabinet 3, Ski 4; Glee Club 
Concert 1; Style Show 2, 3, 4. 



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DORIS JEAN MAGNANI 

1 Overlook Terrace 
Civic Work 

Doris' ready smile and cheery dis- 
position have been an asset- to the 
class of '63. We know that --Dor is, 
although busy, will find some way 
to enjoy her favori fe sport, horseback 
riding. Dor's pet peeve: waiting for 
slow people. 

Club: Girls'. 



RICHARD PETER MAHONEY 







48 Riverb 


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JEANNE MAUN 




7 Granite Court 


Business 


Hairdressing 


Jeanne 


will certainly make a fine 



hairdresser and her customers will al- 
ways find her quite friendly. After boys, 
Jeanne likes swimming best, but she 
dislikes people who gossip. 

C/ubs: Girls', Sahico, Dramatic 2, 3. 



GORDON JAMES AAANDEVILLE 

20 Davis Street 
Scientific Electrical Engineer 

Versatile and competent Butch has led 
the band at many football games. He 
likes many sports, but football and 
tennis rank especially high. If you see 
Butch with a new pair of white sneak- 
ers on, don't step on them! 



Class President 


3; 


C/ubs: V.A. 


3, 


4, 


Math 4, Natio 


ial 


Thespians 4; 


Ski 


4; 


Band Concert 1 


2, 


3, 4; Band 


. 2, 


3, 


4 — Drum Major 


4. 









JOY ANITA MANLEY 

101 Adams Avenue 
Business Airlines 

Cute and lively "Blondie" is fast with" 
her answers. Her S.H.S. friends will 
always remember her friendly ways 
and pleasant smile. Best of luck in the 
airlines, Joy. 

C/ubs: Girls', Pep Squad 1, 2. 



MYRON LEON MANOOGIAN 
23 Hillside Avenue 
Scientific College 

Scientifically minded and mechanically 
inclined, Myron enjoys tinkering with 
cars in his spare time. Because of his 
initiative, we are sure Myron will be 
a success in college. 

Class Pres. 2; C/ubs: Audio Visual Aids 
3, 4; Math 4; Student Council 1, 2; 
Athletics: Basketball H.R. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Representa- 
tive to State House 4. 



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KATHY ESTHER MANSFIELD 
316 Central Street 
Secretarial Business School 

Cute Kitty plans to further her educa- 
tion in Secretarial School. Her friendly 
talkative manner is sure to make many 
friends for her. Kathy likes talking, but 
not unfriendly people. 

Clubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, 4, Future 
Homemakers' 3, 4 — Vice Pres. 3, Pep 
Squad 1, 2, Sahico; Glee Club Con- 
cert 1 ; Style Show 3, 4. 



NEIL EDWIN MANSFIELD 

316 Central Street 
Civic Work 

Well-liked Neil is one of our most 
humorous classmates. His ability to 
make friends and to work with ambition 
will assure him a happy life. Reliable 
Neil likes to bowl. 

Clubs: Bowling I, 2, 3, Dramatic 1, 2, 
3, Ski 4; Athletics: Baseball 1, 2; Bas- 
ketball I. 



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KENNETH NORAAAN MARCH 

1 8 Greenwood Avenue 
College 

Quick-witted and humorous "Whale" 
is quite an avid member of the S.H.S. 
basketball team. When he has time 
to spare, he enjoys swimming and 
skiing. Ken, who loves to eat, gets 
quite disturbed when he finds his 
lunch missing. 

Clubs: Marshal Squod 3, 4, Ski 4; 
Athletics: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4— Co- 

Captain 4. 



MERIDA JEAN MARCH 

25 Garfield Avenue 
College Nurse 

As a nurse, Merida, a friend to all, 
will cheer up many patients. Her 
talented sewing ability has helped to 
enlarge her wardrobe. If you like to 
spread idle gossip, stay away from 
Merida. 

Clubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, Future 
Nurses' 3, 4— Pres. 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, 
3, 4, Ski 4; Usherettes 4; Tontoquonian 
Biography Staff. 



PAUL LAWRENCE MARINO 

18 Fiske Road 
College College 

Sociable and cute "Mo" leads one 
of the busiest lives at S.H.S. Between 
the V.A. ond sports activities, he hardly 
finds time for his Vespa. For Paul, 
Merrimack follows Saugus High. 

Clubs: V.A. 3, 4, Bowling— Vice Pres. 3, 
Chess 3, Dramatic 3, Marshal Squad 
3, 4, Math 4, Ski 4; Athletics: Base- 
ball 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 
1, Hockey 1, 2. 



THERESE SUZANNE MARTIN 
25 Mountain Avenue 
Secretarial 

Although just about the smallest girl 
in the Senior class, Terry makes up 
for it by her vibrant personality and 
ready wit. She enjoys roller skating 
but does not enjoy waiting for people. 

Clubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, 4, Future 
Nurses' 3, Future Teachers' 3, Pep 
Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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THOMAS PHILLIP MARTIN 

25 Mountain Ave. 
College Business School 

Good looking and well dressed Tom 
plans to enter business school. Tom has 
many interests. He likes to play foot- 
ball and is intrested in motorcycles. 
Tom, getting up in the morning seems 
to be a necessity of the business world, 
sorry! 

Clubs: Dramatic 1, 2, Ski 1, 2. 



SANDRA ANN MASLOWSKI 
290 Lincoln Ave. 
Civic College 

Sandy's plans for the future include 
college. She can be seen at many 
S.H.S. functions cheering along with 
the crowd and having a good time. 

Clubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, National 
Thespian 4, Pep Squad 1 , 2; Senior 
Play 4. 




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THOMAS RICHARD McCAULEY 
22 Marshall Ave. 
General Radio School 

Tom is a ham, for radios we mean! 
He plans to enter a radio school after 
graduation. Swimming rates number one 
as Tom's favorite sport. 

Clubs: Camera 3, Radio 3, 4. 



ELIZABETH ANN McKAY 
27 Gates Road 
College College 

An avid dancer, Betty is a familiar 
sight at the S.H.S. victory dances. 
We know you'll enjoy college in the 
fall, Belty, but we're afraid you won't 
be able to avoid gym classes there. 

Clubs: Girls', Record 1, Bowling 1, 2, 
3, 4, Dramatic 3, Marshal Squad 4, 
Pep Squad 1; Field Hockey 1 , Library 
Assistant 4. 



clarke Mclaughlin 

61 Glen Drive, Pea body 
College 

Clarke, our elusive commuter from No. 
Peabody, joined the class during our 
|unior year. He loves all sports but 
has a special interest in skiing. 

Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4, Chess 
3, Dramatic 4, Marshal Squad 3, 4; 
Hockey 3 



john Joseph Mclaughlin 

6 Hillside Avenue 
Civic Prep School 

Cute and friendly Jack looks ahead to 
prep school as soon as he leaves the 
halls of S H.S. Jackie's personality has 
mode him one of the most poular boys 
in the class of '63 and will, we ore 
sure, make him many future friends. 



Athleics: Baseball 1, 
1; Talent Night 2; 



Football 1, Hockey 
All School Play 4. 



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JOHN ALLEN AAEEHAN 
86 Main Street 
Civic Service 

John hos the active and extremely 
exciting hobby of skindiving. A person 
with many friends, he will have no 
trouble in the armed forces, unless he 
meets a bleach blonde! 



EDWINA FRANCES AAETZGER 

14 Sapphire Road 
College IBM School 

Fun-loving Winnie is always at every 
S.H.S. activity. Her spore time is spent 
playing soffball and collecting stuffed 
animals. IBM school is Winnie's goal 
after S.H.S. 

Clubs-. Pep Squad 1 , 2; Bond Concert 
4; Glee Club Concert 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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DIANE AAARIE AAILANO 
7 Gilwoy Street 
College 

Diane, sincere and good-natured, spends 
her summers water-skiing. Diane won- 
ders why people have to snap gum at 
the movies! 

C/ubs: Girls', Bowling 1, 2, 3, Dramatic 

3, Future Nurses' 3, Future Teachers' 

4, Future Homemokers' 4, Pep Squad 
1, 2, 3, 4, Ski 4, Style Show 3, 4. 




RICHARD CURTIS MILLEA 
3 Adams Avenue 
Civic State Police 

Richard likes all sports, especially 
hockey. We wish Dick good luck as a 
State Policeman. We might meet him 
someday on the rood. 

Clubs: Art 3, Bowling 1, 2, Dramatic 
1, 2, 3, Radio 1, Ski 3,- Arh/etics: 
Baseball I; Hockey 1, 2, 3; Football 
Manager I. 



JULIA MARIE MARCELLA 
MILLETT 

366 Main Street 
Secretarial Dancing Teacher 

Vivacious Julie plans to become a danc- 
ing teacher after graduation. When 
not attending a dance, Julie is usually 
found at a S.H.S. football or baseball 
game. 

Clubs; Girls', Dramatic 2, 3, 4, Future 
Homemokers' 1, 2, 3, Pep Squad 2, 3; 
Style Show 2, 3; National Tespian 4; 
Senior Play. 



ANITA AAARIE AAILWARD 
14 Church Street 
Business Dancing Teacher 

Petite Anita, who loves to dance, plans 
to become a dancing teacher. Nita, 
like many girls, enjoys cooking, o hobby 
indispensable for a future housewife. 

Clubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, 4, Future 
Teachers' 3; Future Homemokers' 2, 3, 
Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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DAVID MINI 
23 Granite Road 
College 

Good natured '"Dave" has been a 
friend to all at S.H.S. In his spare 
time he enjoys experimenting with 
ham radios and has been a member 
of the radio club. Slow drivers just 
don't rank with Dave. 

Clubs: Bowling 1, 2, Math 4, Radio 1, 
2; Homeroom Basketball 1 , 2. 



JANE ELLEN MINICHELLO 
40 Basswood Road 
Business Secretary 

A loyal member of our great band, 
Jane has made many friends. She has 
the personality and talent of a suc- 
cessful secretary. The best of luck, 
Janie. 

Clubs: Girls', Art 3, 4, Dramatic 3, 

4 — Vice Pres. 3, Future Homemake s' 

1, 2, 3, Pep Squad 1, Sahico 4, Stu- 
dent Council 4, Usherettes 4; Band 

2, 3, 4, Talent Night 3, 4, Style 
Show 2, 3; Career Conference 4, Senior 
Play Props. 





WAYNE AAITTON 

14 Columbus Avenue 
Industrial Navy 

Quiet Wayne with his winning ways 
has made many friends at S.H.S. Wayne 
plans a career in the Navy after 
graduation. Sorry, Wayne, but in the 
Navy, Monday mornings will be a con- 
stant evil. 



Athletics: Track Team 1, 
Basketball 3, 4. 



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CARL RICHARD MOHLIN 

27 Eustis Street 
Scientific College 

Lively "Rags," who has been a popular 
boy at S.H.S., enjoys a good fast game 
of hockey. Like many other boys, 
Rick enjoys working on cars. While 
in college "Rage" will no doubt 
encounter his pet peeve: getting up 
early. 

Class Board of Directors 3; C/ubs.- Audio 
Visual Aids 3, 4, Bowling— Treas. 2, 3, 
Marshal Squad 3, 4, Ski 4; Athletics-. 
Home Room Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Hockey 1, 2, 3; Junior Car Wash; 
Junior Paper Drive; Donkey Basketball. 



DIANNE MARIE MONACO 
274 Main Street 
College College 

Diane, our Editor-in-Chief, is sincere 
and efficient. Her exceptional sewing 
ability has helped Dianne to make her 
lovely wardrobe. Dianne' s future — an 
education at Emmanuel. 

Clubs: Debating Society 3, Dramatic 

3, 4, Future Teachers' 3, 4, Usherettes 

4, Oratory 4; Tontoquoman Editor 4, 
French Club 4. 



MICHAEL JOHN MOOREHOUSE 
139 Main Street 
College College 

Witty and intelligent, that's our Mike. 
He is an extremely friendly member 
of the Class of '63 and has made 
many good friends. Mike plans to at- 
tend college. 



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THOMAS MOOREHOUSE 

28 Churchill Street 
Civic 

Known as a quiet boy, Tommy enjoys 
hunting. Since he is devoted to this 
hobby, it is no wonder that his pet 
peeve is girls who are not the outdoor 
type. His future plans are undecided. 

C/ubs: Chess 3, Dramatic 4, Bowling J, 
2, 3, Senior Play 4, National Thespian 
4. 



JOYCE ELLEN MORRISON 

22 Johnston Terrace 
College College 

Quiet, conscientious Joyce is a welcome 
addition to any class. Joyce enjoys 
reading and knitting, but horseback 
riding is (ops with her. College comes 
after S.H.S. 

C/ubs.- Girls", Bowling 1, Dramatic 3, 
Future Teachers' 3, 4 — Vice Pres. 3, 
Pres. 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, 
Pep Squad I; Tontoquonian Biography 
Staff, French 4. 







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JOHN ANTHONY MOSCONE 

5 Hobson Street 
Industrial Arts Service 

After graduation, John plans to "join 
the Navy and see the world." As with 
many boys, John's car rates first with 
him. John, when you come out of the 
Navy, maybe you'll have a car without 
any rattles. 



DONALD ALLEN MOSHER 
506 Central Street 
Industrial Arts Service Art Sch. 

Don has been an asset to our class 
with his great artistic abilities. When 
he joins the Navy, we hope he will 
still find time for hockey and baseball. 



JOHN JOSEPH MOYNIHAN 

26 Prospect Street 
College College 

"Class Philosopher," that's our Jack. 
With his casual manner and determina- 
tion, he will be a success at Holy 
Cross. We wonder why his pet peeve is 
girls who seek "social status." 



RONALD GEORGE MULLEY 

6 Avon Street 
Scientific College 

Ron, one of our nice-looking and care- 
free Seniors, is an avid football player. 
As the seasons change, so do his in- 
terests in sports, from skiing to skirr- 
diving. College is his goal after S.H.S. 

C/ubs.- Art 2, 3, 4 — Pres. 4, Marshal 
Squad 3, 4, Ski 4; Football 2, 4. 



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JAMES NORMAN MURPHY 

10 Marden Street 
Industrial Air Force 

Murph, tall and handsome, is a great 
friend to have. He does well on both 
the gridiron and basketball court. Jim's 
hobby is fish aquariums. 

Clubs: Marshal Squad 2, 3, 4, Student 
Council 3; Athletics: Baseball 1, 2, Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JOHN ARTHUR NEWHALL 

121 Lawndale Av. 
Civic Accounting School 

Smartly dressed John is one of Saugus 
High's avid football fans. His hobby, 
an understandable one for boys, is 
cars. John's future includes accounting 
school. 



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STEPHEN NOCE 

58 Adams Avenue 
Civic Prep School 

Well dressed and sophisticated Nooch 
has a weakness for sports cars. His 
subtle humor and sincere ways v/ill 
find him many friends at college. 



KENNETH LAWRENCE 
O'CONNOR 

41 Westford Street 
Scientific College 

Unassuming Ken has added much 
laughter to our classes with his subtle 
humor. Ken plans to attend college 
where, we're afraid, he'll just have 
to suffer through those Monday 
mornings. 

C/ubs.- Dramatic 3, 4, Marshal Squad 
3, 4, Ski 4 ; H.R. Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Play. 



JANE MARTHA PAGANUCCI 

10 Ipswich Street 
Business Private Secretary 

Jane is a quiet and intelligent girl 
whose interests range from football 
games to listening to good music. We 
are sure her friendly ways will make 
her an excellent private secretary. 

C/ubs. ■ Dramatic 3, Future Home- 
makers' 2, 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Student Council 2, 3, Usherettes 4; Style 
Show 1, 4. 



JEAN MARIE PAGANUCCI 

10 Ipswich Street 
Business Business School 

Pretty and well-dressed Jean will cer- 
tainly do well in the business world. A 
loyal member of our class, she will 
always be remembered by her many 
friends. Jean finds it wise to avoid 
"caddy people." 

Clubs: Dramatic 3, Girls' — Cabinet 3, 
Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski 4, Sahico 
4, Usherettes 4; Style Show 1; Basket- 
ball Cheerleader 3. 



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ELIZABETH PAOLINI 

Forest Street 



Liz joined us in her sophomore year 
and quickly made friends. She has 
been a faithful supporter of all school 
activities. We wish her the best of 
luck in the future. 

Clubs-. Dramatic 3, Future Nurses' 3, 
Future Homemakers' 4, Pep Squad 3; 
Style Show 4, Tontoquonian Biography 
Staff 4. 



GERALDINE THERESA PAPA 

29 Water Street 
Business Bookkeeper 

There has never been a day that friend- 
ly Gerry hasn't had a smile for every- 
one. Her warm personality plus her 
training in the business will guarantee 
Gerry a successful career. 

Clubs: Dramatic 3, 4, Girls*, Pep 
Squad 1; Focus — Reporter 1, 2, 3; Sen- 
ior Play; Glee Club 1. 




DONALD EDGAR PARSONS 
5 Stone Street 
Scientific College 

Don's cheerful smile has been a 
fa miliar sight around S.H.S. corridors. 
He has mechanical abilities like re- 
building outboard and lawnmower 
motors. Northeastern, will be lucky to 
have Don as a future student. 

Clubs: Math 4. 



KA1SEN ANNE PENNEY 
117 Howard Street 
Business Secretarial School 

Popular Karen has made many friends 
while in school. We hope you won't 
meet many disagreeable people at sec- 
retarial school, Karen. 

Clubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, 4, Pep Squad 
1, 2, Ski 4, Student Council 1, 2; 
Talent Night 2; All School Ploy 2. 



DONNA LEE PETRIE 
409 Lynn Fells Parkway 
Business Bus. School 

Sparkly "Peach" has been on asset 
to our S.H.S. twirling squad. Her peppy 
enthusiasm will brighten an office when 
she^ assumes the position as secretary. 

Class Treasurer; Clubs: Girls', Future 
Homemakers' 1, Pep Squad 1, Sahico 4, 
Ski 4; Twirler 2, 3, A; Talent Night 
2; Office Assistant 2, 3. 



CAROLE PEVERI 

45 Serino Way 
Civic Hairdresser 

Carole's quiet, yet friendly manner has 
earned her many friends, (f she's not 
trying to improve her bowling score, 
she attends the football games. We're 
afraid that you'll meet many nosey 
people in your hairdressing career, 
Carole. 

Clubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, Future Home- 
makers' 2, 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, Ski 
4; Style Show 2, 3, 4. 



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ROBERT MARK PIERCY 

55 Eagle Road 
livic Air Force 

3ob enjoys spending his free time fix- 
ng cars. It is a never-ending pastime 
af his. After high school, Bob will 
join the Air Force R.O.T.C. 



SHIRLEY JOAN POLAND 

3 Clayton Avenue 
Business Work 

Shirl will be very efficient as a sec- 
retary after graduation. She is ex- 
tremely interested in her two active 
hobbies: photography and water-skiing. 

Clubs: Girls", Art 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 
3, Dramatic 3, 4, Future Homemakers' 
1, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Sahico 4. 




CARLENE LOUISE PORTER 
4 Overlook Terrace 
Business Bus. School 

Carlene's smiling personal ity will be 
welcome in any business office. She 
can be found at many of our football 
and hockey games because of her 
great interest in these sports. 

Clubs-. Girls', Dramatic 2, Future Nurses' 
3, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3 4, Future Home- 
makers' 1 , Ski 4; Style Show 1 ; 
Mixed Glee 1, 2. 



EDWARD PORTER 
15 Pleasant Ave. 
College 

Eddie plans to enter college. His 
humor does not interfere with his 
serious and well-thought ideas for the 
future. Ed's friendly manner will con- 
tinue to make many friends for him. 



Clubs: Camera 2, 3 
Band 1. 



Chess 4, Math 4; 



BERNADETTE ALTA POTHIER 
76 Great Woods Road 
Business Business School 

Bernadette is one girl who enjoys out- 
door sports such as skiing. We are 
sure she will be a success in business 
life, but are afraid she may meet a 
few deceitful people. 

Clubs-. Bowling 1, Dramatic 3, 4, Girls', 
Homemakers' 1, 2, Pep Squod }, 2, 
3, 4, Sahico, Ski 4, Usherettes 4— 
Second Lieutenant; Style Show 1 , 2, 3. 



HAZEL DOROTHY PRATT 
473 Central Street 
Business I.B.M. School 

This easy-going Senior enjoys swim- 
ming and skiing. Dottie plans to attend 
I.B.M. School after graduation. Her 
only real peeve is boys that are late. 

Clubs: Dramatic 4, Girls', Pep Squad 
2, 3; Basketball 1; Glee Club I. 



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CARRILEE BLAKE PRESSEY 
83 Chestnut Street 
D.E. Work 

Corrilee's quiet personality has made 
her many friends in high school and 
will continue to do so wherever she 
works. Another staunch football fan, 
she attends many- of the S.H.S. games. 
Carrilee, late people onnoy us all. 



Gobs.- Girls' — Cabinet 2, 
Future Homemakers' 1 . 



D.E.C.A. 4, 



STEPHEN RATIGAN 
16 Parker Street 
Scientific College 

Steve's good manners have won him 
many friends. During the fall, Steve 
can be found at every S.H.S. football 
game. We wish Steve much success 
in college. 

Clubs-. Chess 3, 4, Radio 1. 



CHERYLL ANN REINIGER 

32 Forest Street 
Business Business School 

Cherry, tall and pretty, has chosen a 
business career. She enjoys water- 
skiing and as a spectator, likes to 
watch football and hockey games. 
Cheryll is very friendly ond ifun-loving, 
except when in hearing distance of a 
dentist's drill. 

Clubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, 4, Future 
Homemakers' 1, 2, Sahico 4, Student 
Council 1 , 2; Sachem Gazette 3; Style 
Show 1, 2, All School Play 2. 



AAARYANN RICHARDS 

30 Newcomb Avenue 
Business I.B.M. School 

Lively MaryAnn is always ready for 
a good time, and she especially enjoys 
horseback riding. Her nice clothes make 
it obvious that MaryAnn is a talented 
seamstress. We wish MaryAnn the best 
of luck at I.B.M. School. 

Clubs: Girls', Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Future Homemakers' 2, Style Show 3, 4. 



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CARL RIPPON 

41 Harrison Avenue 
College Low School 

Carl's inquisitive mind is sure to help 
him in law school and afterwards. 
In his spare moments Carl enjoys 
bowl ing and he proves to be a very 
skillful bowler. A foreign car is one 
thing that Carl will never buy. 



WILLIAM JAMES ROBERTS 



413 Central Street 
Industrial Arts 



Work 



Willy, quiet but friendly, plans to work 
after graduation. He will probably 
find some time to engage in his 
hobbies of bowling and water skiing. 
Lucky Will seems to have no aversions. 



C'ubs.- 
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81 Clifton Avenue 
Business Bus. School 

Linda is ready to pack her bags and 
see the world. Thank heavens she 
won't have to use cardboard boxes! 
Chandler will be as proud as S.H.S. 
has been to have Linda as one of its 
students. 

Class Secretary 3; C/ubs.- Girls", Dra- 
matic 3, 4, Future Homemakers' 1, 2, 
3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Stu- 
dent Council 1, 2, 4, Usherettes 4, 
Sahico 4; Tontoquonian Business Staff 
4; Style Show 1, 2, 3. 



PAULA JEAN ROBERTSON 

11 Tuttle Street 
Business Business School 

Petite and fun-loving Paula enjoys 
many things, especially baseball. Her 
job at the bank keeps her quite busy, 
but she is always on the lookout for 
conceited people. Paula enjoys the 
business course but, Oh, those all-girl 
classes!! 

Clubs-. Girls', Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Sahico 4, Student Council 1, 2 — Sec. 2, 
Usherettes 4 — First Lieutenant 4; 
Sachem Gazette 2; Focus 1 — Reporter 
2; Tontoquonian Collection Manager 4, 
Business Staff, Glee Club Concert 1; 
Glee Club 1, Mixed Glee 1, Class Vice 
President 1. 



BRIAN JEFFREY ROBINSON 



48 Intervale Avenue 
College College 

"Bongo," our class president, plans a 
future in engineering. He enjoys play- 
ing all sports and it is evident that 
football ranks no. 1 with him! Jeff 
is full of fun but oh, not when things 
don' t work when he wants them to. 

Class President 4; Athletics: Football 
1, 2, 3, 4— Co-Capt. 4, H.R. Basket- 
ball, Senior Play; Cubs: V.A. 3, 4, 
Dramatic 3, 4, Marshal Squad 3, 4, 
Ski 4. 



JAYNE ANN ROBINSON 



57 Lincoln Avenue 
D.E. Interior Decorator 

Jayne's experience in the D.E. club 
is certain to help her in her future 
career as an interior decorator. Het 
sewing ability has increased her ward- 
robe very much. Jayne's friends do nol 
include people who crack their knuckles. 

C/ubs : Girls', D.E.C.A, 4, Dramatic 
3, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, Future Home- 
makers' 1, 2; Style Show 1, 3. 



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DONNA ANN ROCHEFORT 

6 Belmont Street 
Business Business School 

Tiny, but overflowing with miles of 
personality and sincerity, Donna has 
been a friend to one and all at S.H.S. 
She enjoys ice skating. After gradua- 
tion she plans *to attend Business 
School . 

Class Board of Directors 4; Clubs: Girls' 
— Cabinet 4, Art 3, 4, Bowling 1, 2, 3 
— Sec. 3, Dramotic 3, 4, Sahico 4, 
Student Council 4, Usherettes 4 — Capt. 
4; Tontoquonian Biog. Staff, Adver- 
tising 4; Talent Night 4. 



WILLIAM EDWARD ROCKWOOD 
35 Birch Street t 

College College 

Bill, our top notch drummer, is wel ij 
liked by everyone. Rocks good naturtji 
and quick wit have helped him lc 
become one of S.H.S. 's most popula* 
classmates. 

Clubs: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling Clot i 
1, 2, 3, 4. 




RICHARD ROGALSKI 
6 First Street 
Scientific College 

Popular Rich was the very efficient 
treasurer of the V.A. and Ski Club. 
He likes to debate on any subject, but 
most of all, on politics. 



DAVID LENNART ROMAN 
41 Jackson Street 
College Navy 

Studious Lenn plans to join the Navy, 
and then to enter the medical field. 
His hobby, biology, will prove very 
helpful. Lenn"s pet peeve: Conformists. 



JAMES ARTHUR RUMSON 

5 Elmwood Avenue 
Industrial Navy 

Jim, nice looking and friendly, enjoys 
playing sports, especially football. His 
hobby is collecting coins. Jim's future 
plans include the Navy. 

C/ubs.- V;A. 3, 4 ; Athletics: Football 
1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1. 





CARLENE RUSSELL 




20 Curtis Road 


Civic 


Dramatics 


Corlene 


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part in 


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talent 


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she has 


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career. 


Carlene's hobby is dancing. 



Clubs.- Girls', Dramatic 3, 4. 



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GALE SACCA 
31 Pine Street 
Business Travel 

Gale's carefree manner has made her 
many friends. She hopes to travel 
after graduation. We hope she reaches 
the countries in which she can enjoy 
her many favorite sports. 



ROBERTA ANN SARGENT 
498 Lincoln Avenue 
Business Bus. School 

Robbie's efficiency and dedication will 
bring success to her in any business 
office. In her leisure tirYie she enjoys 
listening to records and experimenting 
with new dance fads. 

Clubs: Girls", National Thespian 3, 4 
— Sec. 4, Dramatic 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Night 4, Style Show 2; Senior Play. 







RICHARD DONALD SAUNDERS 
444 Central Street 
Industrial Arts Work 

Dick is another sports fan and basket- 
ball seems to be his favorite. After 
work he will have time to fit in a 
good pastime — bowling. Sorry, but not 
much can be done about his pet 
peeve: women drivers. 

C/ubs: Bowling 4, Camera 4, Radio 1; 
Athletics: Home Room Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4. 



THOMAS SAWYER 

5 Oakwood Avenue 
Civic School 

Happy-go-lucky Tom is always the 1 ife 
of the party. With his enthusiasm for 
skiing and sailing, Tom is always on 
the go. His future includes school, but 
not co nee i ted people! 

Club: Ski 4. 



CAROL ANN SCHNEIDER 

2*0 Howard Street 
Business Work 

During much of her spare time, Carol 
is found skiing or sewing as they are 
her favorite pastimes. Efficient and 
hard-working Carol will be a success 
in any business office. 

C/ubs.- Girls", Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Future Homemakers' 4; Style Show 4; 
Softball 1, 2, Band 2, 3. 



ROBERT FRANKLYN SEWELL 
475 Walnut Street 
Civic Service 

Talented Bob has been a familiar sight 
at many of our assemblies. His plan to 
enter the service will probably keep 
him away from loquacious girls for 
awhile. 

Clubs: Camera 2, 3, 4 — Sec. 3, Dra- 
matic 3, 4, National Thespians 4; 
Senior Play. 









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MARIAN LEE SHIPULSKI 
24 Talbot Street 
College College 

Enthusiastic Lee, with her bright smile, 
is one of the nicest girls attending 
S.H.S. Her active summers include 
swimming and water-skiing. Lee, what's 
wrong with lime riclceys? 

Clubs-. Girls', Future Nurses' 3, Dra- 
matic 3, 4, Ski 4, French 4. 



JANET ALLYN SIMMONS 
27 Forest Street 

Teacher 

never a dull moment when 

s around. Water skiing is her 

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Business 
There's 
Simone 
favorite sport. Janet, 



never forget Ho Jo's or the mechanical 
twist. 

C/ubs: Girls', Dramatic 2, 3, 4, Future 
Nurses 3, 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Sahico 4, Ski 4, Usherettes 4; Dramatic 
Club, Record; Focus — Reporter 2, 3, 
Tontoquonion Biography Staff, Adver- 
tising Staff; Talent Night; Style Show 
1, 3, All School Play 2, Donkey Bas- 
ketball 4, Car Wash 3, Paper Drive 
3, Motto Committee 4. 




STEPHEN ANTHONY SIMONELLI 

10 Alfred Road 
Scientific College 

An outstanding football player, Steve 
will always be remembered by his 
school. His good nature and kindness 
have won him many true friends. Good 
luck in college, Steve. 

C/ubs : Bowling 4, Student Council 3, 
Athletics: Baseball 3, Home Room Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



CAROL ELEANOR SINGER 
63 Br is tow Street 
College Prep. College 

Short'n cute, Carol is always giggling. 
Her sewing ability has added many 
pretty outfits to her wardrobe. In col- 
lege, she is bound to make many new 
friends — but don't forget the old 
ones, Carol. 

C/ubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, 4, Future 
Homemakers' 4, Usherettes 4, French 4; 
Talent Night 4; Style SHxdw 4; All 
School Ploy; Science Fair 1, 3. 



ANDREA LEE SMITH 

66 Riverbank Road 
Secretarial 

Andy, quiet and good-natured, spends 
many of her spare moments sewing or 
ploying tennis. Her future plans are 
to attend Business School where she 
hopes she won't find any cliques. 



Clubs: Girls', Pep Squad 1, 
Sahico 4; Style Show 1, 2. 



2, 3, 4, 



JAMES FRANCIS SMITH 

24 Bay View Road 
College College 

Jim like most boys spends much of 
his time working on cars. His favorite 
sport, a lively one, is hockey. Jim's 
only aversion is moody people. 

Athletics: Football 1, Hockey 1. 



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KAROL LYNN SMITH 

25 Highland Avenue 
College College 

This spirited cheerleader will always 
be remembered for her peppy, en- 
thusiastic cheering at football games. 
Karol's future includes college and 
she plans to become a teacher. 

Clubs: Dramatic 3, Ski 4 — Sec. 4, 
Glee Club 1, Future Teachers' 4; Glee 
Club Concert 1, Athtletics: Softball 1, 
2, Field Hockey 1, 2; Cheerleader 3, 
4; Donkey Basketball 3, 4. 



KEVIN DAVID SMITId 

88 Chestnut Street 
College College 

Good looking Kev is one of the most 
popular boys at S.H.S. An avid sports 
fan, he can be seen at every game. 
Good luck in the future, O'Toole! 

Clubs: V.A. 3, 4 — Sec. 4, Dramatic 
2, 3, 4, Marshal Squad 3, 4, Ski 4; 
H.R. Basketball 2, 3, 4. 




PATRICIA ANN SMITH 
28 Dudley Street 
Business Hairdresser 

Lovely green eyes ore those of our 
"Best Actress.'' Pat wants to be a 
hairdresser on an ocean liner. Maybe 
there you won't have to contend with 
locker combinations, Pat! 

Clubs: Art 1, Dramatic 3 — Sec. 3, 
Future Homemakers' I, Notional Thes- 
pian 3, 4 — Vice Pres., Pep Squad 
I, 2, 3, 4, Ski 4, Usherettes 4; Talent 
Night 3; Style Show 1, 2, 3, 4; All 
School Play 2; Field Hockey 1. 



RONALD CARVER SMITH 



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manner, 
Academj 



12 Stevens Avenue 

Air Force Academy 
/ith his polite and agreeable 



II do well at the Air Force 
y. He won't have to worry, he 
won't find many little kids there. 
He enjoys football and whenever he 
gets home, you con be sure that 
he'll be a familiar sight at the S.H.S. 
games. 

Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4, Chess 4, 
Math 4, Ski 4. 



PATRICIA ANN SOUTHARD 

12 Pranker Road 
Distributive Education Retailing 

Cute, talented Pat has added that 
extra sparkle to our squad of twirlers. 
Her future plans include a career in 
retailing, and with her D.E.C.A. back- 
ground we know she'll be a success. 

Clubs: Girls', D.E.C.A. 4, Dramatic 
3, Future Homemakers' 1, Pep Squad 
3, 4, Student Council 4, Usherettes 4. 



JOHN ARTHUR SPROUL 

6 Walcott Terrace 
Business College 

A great personal ity is one of John's 
assets. He enjoys baseball as a sport. 
John's future includes college, but not 
women drivers! 



Club.- Bowling 1; 
H.R. 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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JUDY ESTELLE STANLEY 

379 Central Street 
Distributive Education Work 

Judy's quiet and sincere manner will 
be welcome in any place she chooses 
to work. In her spare time she is 
usually found at the sewing machine. 
If you tell even little white lies, stay 
out of Judy's way. 

Clubs: Girls', D.E.C.A. 4, Future 
Homemakers' 1, Style Show 1 , 2, 4. 





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Athletics: Baseball 4, Football 4, 
Hockey 3. 




SANDRA AAARiA STERITI 
259 Lynn Fells Pkwy. 
College College 

Friendly and talkative Sandy has 
always been a familiar sight at S.H.S. 
social functions. She plans to study 
psychology at college, and with her 
oble mind, we are sure that she will 
be a success. 

Class Board of Directors; Clubs: Art 2, 
3, 4, Bowling 1, 2, 3, Dramatic 3, 4, 
National Honor Society 3, 4, National 
Thespian 4, Usherettes 4, Student 
Council 4; All School Play 3; Talent 
Night 3, 4. 



LEE BROOKS STOVER 
17 Walnut Street 
Scientific College 

Tall and quiet Gus plans to attend 
college in the fall. Although this will 
keep him well occupied, we know hell 
find time to work on his antique cars 
and see a few baseball games. 

Clubs: Math 4, Student Council 3. 



EDWIN POOR SWETT 
77 Elm Street 
College G.E. Apprentice 

Likeable "Sidney," with his witty ways, 
brightened many a dull day. He en- 
joys the fast-moving sport of hockey. 
"Sidney" plans to enroll in the 
G.E. apprentice course after gradua- 
tion. 

Clubs: Bowling 2, 3, Chess 3, Radio 
1, 2, Athletics: Hockey 1, H.R. Basket- 
ball 1, 2. 



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DAVID PERRY SYMMES 

67 Summer Street 
Civic School 

Whether running down the gridiron 
or skating toward the net, Dave is 
always doing his best for S.H.S. Dave's 
easy ways and natural ability make 
him adapt to most sports. His hobby is 
a typically masculine one, hunting. 

Club: Marshal Squad 3, 4; Athletics: 
Homeroom Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Foot- 
ball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4— Co- 
Captain 4. 



MARIAN ARLENE TAYLOR 
84 Appleton Street 
Business Business School 

Red, fun-loving and always smiling, 
plans to attend Business School after 
graduation. Sports- wise, football is 
tops with her and during the warm 
months she enjoys water skiing. Marian's 
pet peeve is a unique one — cars with- 
out radios. 

Clubs: Girls' — Secretary 4, Bowling 2, 
3, Future Homemakers' 1, 2, Pep 
Squad ] , 2, Sahico, Ski 4, Student 
Council 4, Dramatic 3, 4, Usherettes 
4; Gazette 2 — Reporter 2, Tontoquon- 
ian Biography Staff, Style Show 1, 
2; All School Play 2, Library Assistant 
1, 2, Guidance Office 3. 









DONALD ALAN TEAGUE 

9 Hazel Street 
College College 

Happy-go-lucky Don has made many 
friends at Saugus High. His future 
plans won't include much time to 
play baseball or to work on cars. 
We hope Don won't feel too disap- 
pointed if he meets a stuck-up girl 
now and then. 

Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4, Glee 
Club 1; Athletics: Home Room Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3. 



ANNA LOUISE TEEHAN 

1 6 Lark Avenue 
Business Business Sch. 

Although "Tink" appears quiet, her 
friends will tell you that she is a 
very witty person. Her future plans 
include Business School but we know 
that she will have to get up early 
in the morning. Swimming and foot- 
ball are favorites of Anna. 

C/ubs.- Girls', Future Homemakers' 4, 
Pep Squad 1, 2, Softball 2. 



CAROLYN AAARIE THORNTON 
69 Winter Street 
Business Business School 

Talkative and fun-loving, that's Carolyn. 
After graduation comes Business School 
and in her free time lots of sewing. 
She enjoys watching football and 
hockey games, but oh, why do people 
have to be late! 

Cubs; Girls', Pep Squad 1, 2, Ski 4; 
Talent Night 2; Style Show 2, 3, 4; 
All School Play 2. 



RICHARD LEROY TIBBETTS 
25 Intervale Avenue 
Civic 

Quiet and good-notured Dicket 
another football fan. His hobby 
both interesting and educational- 
studying the American Civil War. 



C/ubs: 
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DIANE LOUISE TOOAAEY 
169 Essex Street 
Business Chandler 

Diane has two hobbies: playing the 
piano and swimming. She will attend 
Chandler School for Women after 
graduation from Saugus High. 



BARBARA LOUISE TOWNSEND 
45 Mount Vernon Street 
D.E. Art School 

Barbara usually has everyone in 
hysterics with her quick wit. She can 
usually be found in the art room 
creoting weird art. Barbara, what's that 
supposed to be?! 

Clubs: Girls', Art 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 
3, D.E.C A. 4, Dramatic 3, Marshal 
Squad 4, Pep Squad 1, 2. 




JOYCE PATRICIA TOZZA 
123 Walnut Street 
College Nursing 

' Hautsy," our class treasurer, has 
chosen a nursing career. Sincere and 
thoughtful, Joyce will surely gain 
many more friends at nursing school . 
She enjoys a good ice hockey game, 
but people who interfere in the affairs 
of o*r)ers don' t rate wi th her. 

Class Treasurer 3, 4; Clubs: Dramatic 
3, Future Nurses' 3, Girls', Pep Squad 
1, 2, Ski 4, Usherettes 4; All School 
Play 2; Talent Night 2; Donkey Bas- 
ketball 3, 4. 



ROSEAAARY TRACY 
5 Enmore Road 
Business Nursing 

Lively Rose, our "Most Athletic Girl," 
enjoys most sports, especially water 
skiing and swimming. In her career 
as a nurse, Rose is not likely to run 
into her pet peeve: insincere people. 

Clubs: Art 1, Dramatic 3, 4, Future 
Nurses' 3, 4, Girls', Future Home- 
makers' 1; Athletics: Softball 2, Field 
Hockey 1 . 



KENNETH GORDON TRAVERSE 
25 Gilway Road 
College College 

Ken, our dapper man about town, 
divides his time between studying to 
get ready for college and his favorite 
sports, hockey and bowling. He is 
also an avid sailing fan. Good luck 
in the future, Ken. 

Clubs: V.A. 3, 4, Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Ski 4, Student Council 3, 4; Athletics: 
Baseball 1, Basketball H.R. 1, 2, 3, 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3. 



DIANNE LEE TRECARTIN 

15 Fehon Court 



Di's neatness and well-groomed look 
are due to her interest in sewing, but 
she also enjoys football games. Well, 
after graduation Di won' t have to get 
up early to come to school on Mon- 
day mornings. 

Clubs: Dramatic 3, Girls', Glee Club 
1; Style Show 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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ROBERT GREY TURNER 

8 Maple Street 
College College 

Bob, an ambitious senior, plans to 
be a laboratory technician. His favorite 
pastimes are football and cars. Sorry 
Bob, but there's nothing much you 
can do about sisters! 

Clubs: Chess 4 — Sec. — Treas. 4; Ath- 
letics: Football 1, 2. 



NEIL PATRICK VALERIAN! 
25 Grove Street 
College College 

Friendly and well-known Wilbur is a 
football enthusiast. His quiet good 
nature will bring him many friends at 
college, where he will probably 
avoid "cliques." 

Clubs: Future Teachers' 4, Ski 4; Glee 
Club Concert 1; Athletics: Football 1, 
2, 3, '4, Hockey 2, Volleyball 3. 



ROGER CURTIS WAGENFELD 
29 Lothrop Street 
College College 

Roger, a hoop man of distinction, is 
the studious type. His favorite hobby 
is oil painting. First and foremost on 
Rog's agenda is success in college 
and in later life. 

Music: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Concert 
h 2, 3, 4. 



JAMES RICHARD WALL 
229 Central Street 
Scientific College 

Jim, who is a radio ham, finds the 
world of electronics exciting and fas- 
cinating. Swimming and basketball are 
among his favorite pastimes. We all 
wish Jim a bright future as an elec- 
trical engineer. 

Clubs: Bowling 1, 2, Radio 2, 3, Ski 
4, Student Council 1, 2; Athletics: Base- 
ball 1 , Basketball 1 , 2, Home Room 
Basketball 3, 4, Volleyball 3, Cross 
Country 1, 



DAVID WEDDLE 

6 Fiske Road 
College College 

A likeable and good natured Sachem, 
Dave has been a loyal member of 
the S.H.S. baseball team. He also 
enjoys a good gome of basketball. 
Dave's pet- peeve is a natural one 
. . . Freshmen. 

Clubs: Bowling 1, 2, 3, Ski 4, Dramatic 
3; Athletics: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, H.R. Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4. 



ELIN ROBERTA WEIDEAAAN 
23 Stone Street 
College College 

Cute and sweet, that's El in with her 
big blue eyes. Like most girls who 
are interested in working with chil- 
dren, Elin plans to be a teacher. We 
know she will be a fine one. 

Clubs: Girls', French — Treas. 4, Bowling 
1, 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers' 3, 4, Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4 — Sec. 4, Pep 
Squad 1, Usherettes 4; Sachem Gazette 
2; Tontoquonian Biography Staff 4; 
Glee Club 1. 






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MARY BERNADETTE WEIL 

468 Cenlrol Street 
D.E. 

Friendly and sincere, Bernie hasn't de- 
cided on her future as yet, but in the 
D.E. course she is getting experience 
for the business world. Bernadetfe's 
hobby, a different one, is writing 
short stories. 

C/ubs: Girls', D.E.C.A. 4, Dramatic 3, 
Pep Squad 3. 



CARL EDMOND WEINBRECHT 

155 Hesper Street 
College College 

Well mannered and likeable Carl has 
been a faithful member of our S.H.S. 
band during the past four years. He 
enjoys a good game of football, but 
his hobby is model railroads. His plans 
for the future include college. 

Clubs: Bowling 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4, 
Band Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 
2, 4. 




THOMAS JOSEPH WHALEN 
15 Tuttle Street 
Civic ■ 

Happy-go-lucky Tom is always ready 
to listen to a good joke. His pleasing 
manner and intelligent mind will help 
him to become successful in the future. 



SHARON VIRGINIA WHITE 

4 Spring Lane 
Secretarial Junior College 

Sherry is well liked by all. Her friend- 
ly and sincere ways will make her a 
success in Junior College. When not 
busy sewing, Shoron likes to attend 
a good hockey game. 

C/ubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, Pep Squad 
1, 2, Ski 4, Usherettes 4; Sachem 
Gazette Reporter 2, 3; Glee Club Con- 
cert I; Style Show 1, 2, 3. 



EDWARD JAMES WHYTE 
6 Upland Road 
Civic 

A friend to all, Ed possesses a real 
knack for mechanics. When he's not 
tinkering with cars, Ed enjoys o good 
game of hockey. His hobby is drag 
racing. 



RODERICK MARK WILLEY, JR. 
2 McCullough Rd. 
Civic 

Rick has a built-in clockwork that tells 
him exactly when the late bell will 
ring in the morning. All late risers 
should try to get Rick's secret of jus! 
making it to class on time! 



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RALPH WILLIAMS 

11 Talbot Street 
Civic Army 

With the nickname "The Duck," it 
only seems natural Ralph should enjoy 
skin diving. We know how you hate 
getting up in the morning, but you're 
going to have to get used to if when 
you join the Army, Ralph. 



ANDREA JEAN WILLSON 

4 Fleton Street 
Business Hairdresser 

Always laughing and full of fun, Andy 
has been a popular classmate at 
S.H.S. Her plans for the future include 
traveling and hairdressing school. But 
Oh! — that crinkling of Scott towels. 

Class Secretary 2; C/ubs: Girls', Dra- 
matic 3, Future Homemakers' 2, 3, Pep 
Squad 1, 2, Sahico 4, Ski 4; Talent 
Night 2; Style Show 1, 2, 3; All 
School Play 2. 








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JOAN ALBERTA WINSOR 

43 Fairchild Avenue 
Commercial Hairdresser 

Joan came to us in the sophomore year. 
Her quiet ways have won her many 
true friends. Joanie plans to go to 
hairdressing school after graduation. 

C/ubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, 4, Pep 
Squad 3, Ski 4, Usherettes 4; Talent 
Night 3; All School Play and Senior 
Play; Basketball 2. 



PETER WILLARD WOODBURY 

9 Social Street 
College 

Peter, quiet but very sociable, wants 
to attend college when he graduates. 
His hobby, cars, has brought him good 
mechanical knowledge and skill. 

Baseball 2, Basketball H.R. 1, 2. 



PAUL JOHN ZERMANI 

6 Talbot Street 
College 

Paul can be seen at every baseball 
game cheering for our S.H.S. team. He 
has been an active participant in the 
bowling club. Everyone who knows 
Paul likes him. 

C/ubs.- Art 1, 3, 4, Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Camera 3, Dramatic 3, 4, Malh 4. 
Ski 4; Alhlehcs: Baseball 1; Basketball 
H.R. 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1. 



JAMES S. ZULKOWSKI 

8 Juliette Road 
Civic Electrician 

Easy going Zeke spends most of his 
spare time playing hockey. We are sure 
Zeke will make as many friends in an 
Electrical Technician School as he has 
at S.H.S. James is one of those lucky 
people with no aversions. 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2. 



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JOHN TIMOTHY BARRETT 

14 Wickford Street 
Civic Service 

John has the unnosual hobby of Micro- 
scopy. Being o football fan, he at- 
tends most of the Saugus High gomes. 
After graduation, John plans to enter 
the service. 

PETER S. DAVIDSON 
319 Walnut Street 
Scientific College 

Collegiate Pete, the president of our 
ski club this year, is an avid skier. A 
regular outdoor man, Pete also en- 
joys hunting. College awaits him after 
graduation from S.H.S. 

Clubs: Bowling 2, Marshal Squad 2, 3, 
4, Ski 3, 4 — Pres. 4, Student Council 
3, Athletics: Hockey 2, Track 2, 3, 
Cross Country 2, 3, 4. 

GEORGE WILBUR GRANT 

3 Edgehill Road 
Civic Minister 

George, a quiet and competent mem- 
ber of our class, is interested in en- 
tering the ministry olter graduation. 
We are afraid he won't have much 
spare time to play football. 

KENNETH EDWARD STODDARD 
9 Stocker Street 
Civic 

Ken, a newcomer to our class, is well 
on his way to a good future. He has 
mode many friends and adjusted easily 
to Saugus High School life. We are 
truly glad to hove Ken as a member 
of our class. 



RICHARD JOSEPH CASSINE 

17 Gogle Road 
Industrial Arts Service 

Good-looking Rick has always liked to 
tinker with cars. He is an avid foot- 
ball fan. Rick plans to enter the. 
service after graduation. 

Clubs: Art 1, 2, Ski 1, 2; Focus 1; 
Softball 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2; All 
School Play 1. 





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HAROLD DAVID MALLETT 
735 Broadway 
Industrial Marines 

Harry's favorite pastime is assembl ing 
model cars. He is an avid basketball 
and hockey fan. Good luck in the 
Marines, Harry. 



HAROLD FRANKLIN CATES 

165 Lincoln Avenue 
Industrial Arts Ministry 

Harry is a man of few words but 
much talent, excelling in art, espe- 
cially oil painting. We wish him luck 
in the ministry. 

MICHAEL FARRELL 

523 Walnut S'reet 
Civic Service 

Mike was a newcomer to our school 
last year, but he has made many new 
friends since then. In the army he 
won't have to be bothered by wise 
people." 

CHARLES WARREN NEWHALL 

7 Morton Avenue 
Civic Service 

Chick's cheerfulness will make even 
the gloomiest person laugh. In his 
spare time Chick enjoys sports — espe- 
cially baseball and hockey. There's 
one thing Chick will never be — a-doctor 
- — he has an aversion to hospitals! 

Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4; Glee 
Club Concert 1; Glee Club 1; Ath- 
letics: Baseball 3, 4; Basketball H.R. 
1, 2, 3. 



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JOYCE DOROTHY PAQUETTE 

9 Vincent Street 
D.E. t Retailing 

Joyce, one of the few D.E. students, 
is planning to use this training to 
help her in a cereer as a retailer. One 
thing that disturbs Joyce is boys 
who don' t shave. 

MICHAEL LEWIS PATH 
10 Wickford Street 
Industrial Arts 

Michael can usually be found woiking 
on his car when he's not busy with 
homework. His industrial arts courses 
will give him a good background for 
his future as a mechanic. 

DAVID ROBERTS 
117 Essex Street- 
College College 
Dave plans to attend college. His 
favorite sport is basketball, and he 
can be seen at many games. Lucky 
Dave has no pet peeve. 



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PAUL W. SHUBERT 
273 Main Street 
Business 

Shoobie's size does not hinder him 
from playing his favorite sport, bas- 
ketball. Like many people he has a 
great dislike for road hogs. Wharever 
Paul decides to become is sure to 
be successful. 



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The Class of 1963 dedicates this page of our year- 
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ability to play baseball made him one of the greatest 
pitchers Saugus has ever had. Thomas will always 
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Lawrence Comeau 
Geraldine Papa 
Sharon Kelty 
Carlene Russell 
Elaine Kostecki 
Roberta Sargent 
Ellen Adlington 



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Nanny Castle 
Ronald Festa 
James Campbell 
Robert Comeau 
Robert Sewell 
Julia Millett 
Carol Singer 
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SUSAN LUDW1G 



Oratory Contest Winners 
DIANNE MONACO and BARBARA STOLOS 



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CAREER CONFERENCE COMMITTEE 

Seated: Susan Lugwig, Donna White, Leslie MacPhee, Jane Minichiello. Standing: Roger Cotte, Salvator 
Spinoza, William MacKenny. 




THE SAUGUS HIGH CHEERLEADERS 



R. to L., First Row: Janice Inman, Kathleen F. Kelly, Karol Smith. Second Row: Kathleen E. Kelly, Linda 
Wilson, Maureen Kelley. Top: Susan Craik. 



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CLASS 

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1964 



Class Officers 

Front Row: Linda Wilson, Judith Kane, Cynthia Davies, Kathleen F. Kelly, Jane 

Johnson, Marjorie Keeler. 
Standing: Richard Svenson, Bruce Williams, Dennis Puleo. 



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Left to Right 

First Row: Dorothy Bisesti, Linda Atwood, 
Lothaire Aborn, Lynne Agersea, Marilyn 
Benson, Nancy Amero. Second Row: 
Linda Brault, Barbara Anthony, Carol 
Belanger, Patricia Battaglia, Audrey Bla- 
ney, Janet Bernard, Sandra Alley. Third 
Row: Allan Aldrich, Paul Bartek, David 
Anderson, George Bishop, Joseph Scar- 
ozza, Richard Canfield, Douglas Atkinson. 



W-105 



First Row: Betsy Brenneman, Donna Bud- 
owicz, Carole Brownlow, Janet Brown, 
Helen Coates, Shirley Goodwin. Second 
Row: Alice Brigham, Donna Campbell, 
Richard Carter, Edward Carlson, Robert 
Cocorochio, Nancy Coolen, Arlene Coff ill. 
Third Row: Richard Caefer, Edward Con- 
nors, Joseph Cahill, Edward Caffarella, 
Clayton Caddy, Thomas Ceciela, Alan 
Cash. 





W-106 



First Row: Diane Coviello, Joyce Delia 
Gatta, Charlene Crowell, Jane Davidson, 
Carol Dean, Arlene Corson, Patricia Cox. 
Second Row: Douglas Cudmore, Lawrence 
Cotter, Donald Decareau, Dennis Carda- 
lisco, Michael DeFrufio, Peter DeCennaro, 
Robert Carter, Arthur DeFranzo. Third 
Row: Joan D'Amico, Joanne DeTorio, Cyn- 
thia Davie, Christine Curtis, Frances 
Currie, Gay Campbell, Joan Carlton. 



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W-107 



Left to Right 

First Row: Shirley Dubuque, Francis 
Duffy, Darlene Corsin, Robert DiMinico, 
Marsha Edmunds, Richard Domigan, 
Daryll Donnelly. Second Row: Donna 
Demers, Jannine DiGianvittorio, Pamela 
Emery, Dana Eastman, Phyllis DeVito, 
Kathleen Desmond, Geraldine Spates, 
June Deveney. 



W-109 



Left to Right 

First Row: Donna Huberman, Valerie 
Gurney, Suzanne LaVacca, Judith Kimball, 
Ernestine Ireson, Linda Hurd, Diane Kap- 
pa, Marylin Hockmuth. Second Row: 
Pamela Keeler, Barbara Jayroe, Jane 
Johnson, Lorraine Hogan, Judith Kusch, 
June Howell, Linda Heath, Barbara Joyce, 
Judith Harris, Sandra Hashem. Third Row: 
Carol Hudlin, Patricia Gerasin, Roy 
Lattanzio, Glen Harrington, James Jeffrey, 
Richard Laskey, John Kelley, Sheila Hollis, 
Jean Inello. 





W-lll 



Left to Right 

First Row: Annette Milano, Gloria Mylyk, 
Marylin Modica, Sharyn McKinley, Kath- 
leen McLean, Diane Nadeau, Melody 
Cushing. Second Row: Katharina Mayr, 
Joyce McNeill, Katharine Metzger, Judith 
Kane, Janice McGarvey, Kathleen Eliz- 
abeth Kelley, Sandra Nordstrom, Eliz- 
abeth Merril. Third Row: Elsie Mae Mo- 
fran, Carol Mulley, Thomas McGregor, 
Stephen Nadworny, Bernard Murphy, 
Carol Mosher, Eleanor Mitchell. 



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W-II2 



Left to Right 

First Row: Donna Murphy, Brenda Smith, 
Marcia Nish, Thomas Niles, Marion Nor- 
cella, Elizabeth Pike, Ann Nastari. Second 
Row: Anita Orlando, Dorine O'Donnell, 
Robert O'Neil, Harry Peet, Marilyn Nel- 
son, Kathleen Frances Kelley, Douglas 
Pogson, Frank Pantalone, Judith Norkum, 
Susan Mitchell. Third Row: John Milano, 
Joseph Neale, Ronald Pisciotta, John 
Powers, John Perry, John Nicholson, 
Peter Paul, Robert Picariello. 





W-II3 



Left to Right 

First Row: Mary Perry, William Kelley, 
Carol Robinson, Dana Rouleau, Denise 
Roberts, Dennis Puleo. Second Row: 
Donna Randazzo, Robert Moore, Richard 
Norkum, Anne Sano, Judith Koschei, 
Charles Surrette, George Riley, Jennifer 
Rich. Third Row: Candace Rossi, Lorinda 
Rodenhiser, Edward O'Donnell, Ralph 
Rockwood, Richard Nelson, Earl Rideout, 
Paula Robleski, Loie Rogers. 



W-II4 



First Row: Armanella Sacco, Judith Scott, 
Nancy Smith, Marie Serino, Veronica 
Skane, Barbara Stanley. Second Row: 
Linda Bellinghieri, Beverly Robertson, 
Lorraine lapicca, Theresa Robleski, Judith 
Sacavitch, Ruth Young, Patricia Surette, 
Rosemary Saulnier. Third Row: Paul 
Rubicco, Edward Simonson, Doane Pres- 
sey, David Shrucka, William McKenney, 
Paul Rodgers, Mario Scire. 




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E-106 



Left to Right 

First Row: Betty-Jo Steele, Barbara Sfo- 
los, AAarquerite Thibeau, Eileen Wildman, 
Marietta Thompson, June Williams. Sec- 
ond Row: Karen Woods, Donna White, 
Penelope Young, Robert Towers, Robert 
Hansford, Cheryl Stoddard, Susan Trefry, 
Eleanor Spencer. Third Row: Salvatore 
Spinosa, Gregory Vincent, Richard Sven- 
son, Steven Vavoudes, William Timmons, 
Gregory Sudak, Norman Smith. 





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Left to Right 

First Row: Patricia McGuire, Sharyn Wlad- 
kulski, Ksthy Venezia, Karen Wadleigh, 
Sally Wildman, Linda Wilson, Joan Was- 
son. Second Row: Arthur Whittan, Lor- 
raine Wingate, Charles Wood, Sylvia 
Winslow, John Warren, Diane Walters, 
David Zuzello, Janice Villigracia, Donald 
Ventullo. Third Row: Anthony Emanuel, 
Charles Yale, Russell Van Horn, Joseph 
Zito, Craig Westlake, James Venza, Bruce 
Williams, John Wallace. 



C-124 



Left to. Right 

First Row: Patricia Leeman, Ann Mahoney, 
Jeanne Lewis, Lorraine MacPhee, Marilyn 
Marino, Judith Maher, Cynthia Ludwig, 
Penny LaFavour. Second Row: Carol 
Mallet, David LoPresti, Clara Horgan, 
Patricia LeBlanc, Robert Lloyd, Dorothy 
Maslowski, Karen Lyon, Theodore Le- 
moine, Carol Maclnnes. Third Row: Judith 
Loubris, June Mascianica, Richard Mac- 
Lean, Linton Libby, Robert Matthews, 
Alan Leek, Michael Mancuso, Alice 
Guttadauro, Karen Kelley. 




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C-125 



First Row: Allison Glew, Sheila Feener, 
Patricia Gross, Lorraine Frederick, Donna 
Dickson, Judith Francois, Darryl Gurney. 
Second Row: Elaine Geswell, Pamela 
George, Evelyn Gaeta, Marlene Greenlay, 
Judith Dow, Gladys Forward, Hazel Fyfe* 
Katherine Dewing, Nancy French. Third 
Row: Ralph Haley, Steven Giantonio, 
Steven Giorgetti, John Ford, Roger 
Brown, Robert DiNinno, Frederick Duffy, 
Lawrence Hanson, David Gabry. 





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OF 

1965 




Deborah Cox, Theresa Giansiracusa, Leslie McPhee, Lynda Carroll, Rosemary Cornetta, Nancy Regan, Ellen Santosuosso, Gail Scott, and John 
Reed. 



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El 05 



Left to Right 

First Row: Gina Boudreau, Jacqueline 
Burt, Sandra Beverage, Christine Allen, 
Christine Ashley, Margaret Borland. 
Second Row: Elizabeth Babcock, Diane 
Bentley, Brenda Ames, Beverly Bishop, 
Lois Baisle, Linda Biffin, Lee Adrien. 
7fi/rd Row: Ronald Barry, Richard Adams, 
Anthony Amico, Danna Bates, Richard 
Brown, Richard Armistead, Charles 
Bjorkman. 



El 07 



Left to Right 

First Row: Barbara Cox, Dorothy Charles, 
Betty Clark, Nancy Cash, Patricia Carter, 
Margaret Chang, Norma Cappucci. 
Second Row: Linda Campbell, Carol Con- 
rad, Shiela Connelly, Alice Cerino, Valerie 
Berry, Linda Chambers, Lynda Caroll. 
Third Row: Steven Crisos, Richard Bruno, 
Blane Castle, William Collins, David Cann, 
Peter Allen, Thomas Bucchiere, John 
Confalone, Prescott Caddy. 





E-109 



Left to Right 

First Row: Jean Canfield, Ann Desveaux, 
Kathleen Dover, Pamela Coran, Carol 
Davis, Alice Connors, Rosemary Cornetta. 
Second Row: Richard Cucchiara, Rose 
Mary Cerullo, Deborah Cox, Linda Dears- 
tyne, Paul Berrett, Paula DeMinico, Judith 
Cremarosa, Linda Jean Campbell, William 
Desmond. Third Row: Thomas Corindia, 
Raymond Allen, Anthony D'Amico, Ed- 
ward Deputat, Robert DiTomaso, Michael 
DeBlasio, Norman Day, Paul Cooper. 



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E-IIO 



Left to Right 

First Row: Alan Dresios, Dianna Dunne, 
Lawrence Connors, Leslie Evans, Richard 
Ellis, Jean Flannery, Linda Dowan. Second 
Row: Robert Folino, Dorothy DeVito, 
Martha Faulkner, Etta Eccleston, Lillian 
Duncan, Barbara DeLouis, Louise Fifield, 
Jean Donahue, Jacquelyn Canfield, Ber- 
nard Doherty. Third Row. Robert Dixon, 
Michael Duval, Robert Donovan, William 
Crowell, Richard Eichel, Lawrence Currier, 
Steven Durgin, Francis Dumas. 





EMI 



Left to Right 

First Row: Karen Lally, Mary Gagan, Ju- 
dith Ladd, Esther Grace, Linda Gould, 
Priscilla Fountain. Second Row: Julie 
Hampton, Susen Harrington, Deborah 
Gowell, Paula Forbes,' Grace Graceffa, 
Theresa Giansiracusa, Eileen Garland. 
Third Row: Paul Lacy, Robert Green, 
Thomas Guttadauro, Darrell Fritz, Francis 
Kryzywicki, Michael Fowler, William 
Newhall. 



E-l 12 



Left to Right 

First Row: Helaine Hurwitz, Patricia Hen- 
nin, Priscilla Hayes, Annette Mango, 
(Catherine Handlin. Second Row: Gail 
Higgins, Shelly Iwanowicz, Katherine 
Hicks, Diane Husson, Elaine Burns, Bar- 
bara Harrington, Marie Jenkins, Dorothy 
Hill, Dorothy Gillis. Third Row: Wayne 
Hyman, Paul Hogan, Richard Heidebrecht, 
Joseph Gibbons, Robert Hart, Jon John- 
son, Charles Hanlon. 




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El 13 



Left to Right 

First Row: Rita Leighton, Mary Jane 
Kennedy, Ronald Lemoine, Charlene Lang, 
Susan Leadberter. Second Row: Anita 
Loiselle, Annette Lasard, Maureen La- 
Voie, Carol Leonard, Joan Kerrigan, 
Arlene Kelley, Terri Harmon, Bernice 
Fisher. Third Row: John LaViska, Andrew 
La VeCchio, Dennis King, William Fuller, 
Richard Long, Ernest Hines. 



El 14 



Leff to Right 

First Row: Josephine Magalette, Sharon 
Lowe, Maureen Lynch, Donna Macedo, 
Sandra Bailey, Majorie LaViska. Second 
Row: Pamela Noel, Karen McLaughlin, 
Charles Maes, Deane McNaught, Leslie 
McPhee, Priscilla Maher. Third Row: 
Lorna MacOrquodale, Anthony Luca, 
Thomas Lucy, Richard MacDonald, Henry 
Maccaro, Bruce Maloney. 





E-l 15 



Left to Right 

First Row: Linda Mosher, Mary Molloy, 
Judith Mitchell, Margaret Muldoon, Anna 
MyeTs, Laura Nowosielski. Second Row: 
Dennis Murphy, Linda Mullen, Dolores 
MacLeod, Margaret McKenna, Linda 
Milano, Robert Mohlin. Third Row: 
Wayne Mathews, Richard Maghakian, 
Steven Morrison, Robert Monico, Alan 
Merritt, William Neeb, Michael Mc- 
Laughlin. 



87 




El 16 



Left to Right 

First Row: Nancy Regan, Richard O'Neil, 
Rita Noce, Joyce Powicki, John Reid, 
Joanne Penny. Second Row: Karleen 
Pheulpin, Virginia Pinto, Alice Razumny, 
Gail Piper, Marilyn Niles, Cynthia 
Pariseau, Margaret Nicholson. Third Row: 
David Orifice, John Poole, Richard 
O'Connor, Stephen Pierce, Robert Polusi, 
David Pignato, James Patch. 



A- 1 02 



Left to Right 

First Row.- Lorna St. Louis, Gay Nickole, 
Alicia O'Neill, Marilyn Perry, Linda Rip- 
ley, Shirley Richardson, Marilyn Rial. 
Second Row: Ellen Santosuosso, Stepha- 
nie Noce, Carmel Saulnier, Sharon 
O'Connor, Geraldine Robleski, Martha 
Smith, Donna Sullivan, Laurie Pressey, 
Linda Rooney, Carlotte Rupright, Janice 
Boffa. Third Row: Carmine Pierro, Ken- 
neth Robertson, Alton Rice, Donald Os- 
good, Joseph Sacco, Michael Russell, 
Jeffrey Sanborn. 





A- 1 03 



Left to Right 

First Row: Joan Shafner, Merideth Simms, 
Jean Surette, Susan Segonis, Susan Swett, 
Sandra Sylvia, Susan Smith. Second Row: 
Daniel Shipulski, Jeffrey Shaw, Harry 
Smallmen, Gerard Terpstra, Gordon 
Shepard, Jeffrey Rich, Lawrence Sullivan, 
Donald Shell. Third Row: Arthur Perham, 
Geraldine Tilly, Starr Thomas, Judith 
Sproul, Gail Scott, Ruth Thompson, Donna 
Stewart, Ronald Tibbetts. 



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A- 1 04 



Left to Right 

First Row: Nellie Whetzel, Zoe Vrees, 
Charlotte Vigneaux, Mary Jane Ulban, 
Jeanette Walling, _ Susan Yale. Second 
Row. Robert Trahan, David Wood, Karen 
Sherwood, James Toomey, Robert Wood- 
ward, Diane Boffa, Harry Woodland, Carl 
Tortolano. 




Operation Frog 



89 



CLASS OF 1 966 



Class Officers 

Seated: Selena Bucchiere, Diane Seaboyer, Robert O'Donnell, Susan Kenney, 

Marcia Polese. 
Standing: Janice Card, Jeffery MacDougall, Joanne Lopez, Linda Gerniglia. 




Freshman Student Council 
First Row: Hazel Wiget, 
Linda Anderson, Sele- 
na Bucchiere, Harold 
Smith, Diane Stead, 
Suzanne Desmond. 
Second Row: Cathrine 
Merrill, Harold Lan- 
caster, Janis Smith, 
John Sands, Lorraine 
Hart, Boyd Doty, Jan- 
ice Cook, Paula Walsh. 



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C-107 



Left to Right 

First Row: Cynthia Bessom, Joan Blood, 
Virginia Bellitti, Margaret Blanchard, 
Lolette Aborn, Linda Anderson, Diana 
Ballard. Second Row: Matine Biegon, 
Ann Marie Acheson, Florence Angell, 
Dolores Alther, Diane Abbott, Mary 
Bishop, Camille Anzalone, Maryrose 
Anthony, Sheryle Barber, Jane Alexander, 
Judith Andrews, Joan Bliton. Third Row: 
Stanley Bezdziecki, Martin Bajdek, Gary 
Badessa, Bruce Bird, William Bilodaau, 
George Benjamin, John Ahman, Arthur 
Atkinson, David Berthold. 




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A- 1 02 



Left to Right 

First Row: Cheryl Briggs, Beverly Camp- 
bell, Karen Bloom, Janice Card, Linda 
Ballard, Janet Burke, Carol Burton. 
Second Row. Rosemarie Cardozo, Gordon 
Buckless, Selena Bucchiere, Janet Boldue, 
Leah Carmillia, Dorothy Cahill, Cynthia 
Blatchford, Mary Canfield, Maryellen 
Brennan, Gary Candia, Bruce Carbone. 
Third Row: Stanley Atkinson, James 
Boyle, Edward Bessom, William Dudley, 
Harold Cakounes, Belden Bly, Richard 
Berry, Stephen Carlson. 



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A- 1 03 



Left to Right 

First Row: Elizabeth Couillard, Dorothy 
Healy, Virginia Carson, Helen Brown, 
Shirley Carpenter, Maryanne Speciale. 
Second Row: Wendy Connors, Carlene 
Cotter, Barbara Chesley, Janice Cook, 
Barbara Coates, Michelle Caruso, 
Patricia Coffey, Julie Carter. Third Row: 
James Campbell, Frank Gross, Joseph 
Boy, Douglas Cooper, James Bartlett, 
Michael Canning, Albert Cecese, Christi 
Ciampa. 




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E-105 



Left to Right 

First Row: Suzanne Desmond, Nancy 
Dellagatta, Marjorie Campbell, Mary 
Deary, Judith Cottrell, Susan Chapman, 
Marianne D'Amico. Second Row: Richard 
DeAcetis, John Carlson, Frances Droz- 
dowicz, Janice Dancewicz, Catherine 
Cunha, Dianne Day, David Diver, James 
DeCalogero. Third Row: Richard Devine, 
Frank Demoria, William Curtis, Dana 
Cushing, Stephen Craik, Clifford Davids, 
William Diamond, Robert Brown. 





E-107 



Left to Right 

First Row: Theresa Brown, Shirley David- 
son, Diane Dugas, Linda Dixon, Elizabeth 
Egan, Margery Erb, Lorraine English, 
Regina Kmiec. Second Row: Mark 
Dragonetti, Douglas Diver, Nancy Dykens, 
Marian DeOria, Patricia Firth, Janet Eichel, 
Christine Crowell, Theresa Curran, Ber- 
nard Duffy. Third Row: James Ciampa, 
Samuel Donata, Gerald DiChiara, Michael 
Dow, Steven Day, Daniel Dwyer, David 
Eastman, Ronald Farren, Boyd Doty. 



E-109 



Left to Right 

First Row. Linda Gerniglia, Dorothy 
Flammia, Carol Gerwell, Joanne Gutta- 
dauro, Mary Gregg, Diane Glew, Adele 
Gurney, Kathleen Eaton. Second Row: 
Peter Figueira, William Gaeta, Jean For- 
ward, Marie Girard, Marie Archambault, 
Linda Hagen, Rosemary Gagliardi, Frank 
Hallahan, Lawrence Giantonio. Third 
Row: James Gudaitis, Stephen Gripper, 
Richard Graham, George Gove, W. Wel- 
come Gross Jr., Thomas Dwyer, Earl 
Gowell, Philip Green, Barry Donegan, 
Thomas Ford. 




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Ell I 



First Row: Janice Hussey, Susan Kasa- 
buski, Lorraine Hart, Carol Johnson, Diana 
Galli, Elaine Kennedy, Nancy Hansen, 
Mary Jane Iwanowicz. Second Row 
James Keefe, Fred Jayroe, Elizabeth 
Hester, Diane Hascall, Rosemary Hanna 
James Jensen, Carol Keller, Elaine Ken 
nedy, Linda Huggins, Robert Heffernen 
Thomas Green. Third Row: Mark Hanison 
Robert Howe, Dyanne Horton, Carl 
Hermsdorf, Albert lapica, Robert Inman, 
Lendell Hurd, James Donovan, David 
Hayes. 






El 13 



First Row: Katherine Morong, Cynthia 
Orlandella, Mary Martin, Carmela Mon- 
temagno, Dianne Nelson, Althea Nigro, 
Mary Moore. Second Row: Gary Mellilo, 
Robert Lyon, Margaret O'Neil, Linda 
Muise, Susan Kenney, Jean McCarthy, 
Augustine Neville, Thomas Newhall, 
Harold Smith. Third Row: John Nourse, 
Ronald Napolitano, David Sitowski, Jack 
Meeker, William Newman, Eric Mordaunt, 
Gerald McKenna, John Millar. 





W-107 



First Row: Florence LaVacca, Laura Lunt, 
Jeanne Maestranzi, Eileen Lyman, Joanne 
Lopez, Mary Lynn, Janet Lumsden. 
Second Row: Mark Lally, David LaVoil, 
Yvonne LeBlanc, Stanley Mabell, Lorraine 
Mazaletto, Harold Lancaster, Florence 
Kelly, John Ludwig, Micheal Carakatsane, 
Vincent Malgeri. Third Row: Harley 
Lever, Robert Hussey, Chester Johnson, 
Curtis Herold, Rodney Harmon, Gregory 
MacDonald, John LaFerla, Edward 
Koschei. 









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W-108 



Left to Right 

First Row: Lorraine Meehan, Alexis Smith, 
Ethel Martin, Henry McKeever, Linda Mc 
Garvey, Ethel McAdoo, Eleanor Mattson 
Second Row: Paul McGonagle, Catherine 
Merrill, Janice Melanson, Rose Monte 
magno, Judith McCullough, Donna Rap 
pold, Joanne Moore, Jane McClintock 
Elaine Manoogian, Charles Marino 
Third Row: Francis Mascianica, Bruce Mc 
Phee, Jeffrey MacDougall, Bruce Mitchell 
Donald Mallett, George Manuel, William 
Merrithew, George Metzger. 



W-IIO 



Left to Right 

First Row: Wendy Moore, Eleanor Patti, 
Diane Novick, Suzzanne Pinto, Marie 
Quinn, Lorraine Pantalone, Marsha Pelusi. 
Second Row: Alan Miller, Marcia Polese, 
Janis Smith, Cynthia Poor, Lorraine Rich- 
ards, Adele Pratt, Susan Pearson, LesJie 
Perham, James Penney. Third Row: 
Joseph Poti, James Palermo, John Mc- 
Kenna, Emil Reisch, Robert O'Donnell, 
William Newhall, Theodore Moriello, 
Edward Wormstead. 





W-ll I 



Left to Right 

First Row: William Powers, Ann Marie 
Roberts, Cynthia Rhoades, Diane Sea- 
boyer, Pat McKinney, Deborah Robinson, 
William Wilson. Second Row: Roy Perry, 
Linda Ross, Barbara Shaw, John Rossetti, 
Robert Riley, Marshall Sargent, Wayne 
Williams, Paul Sekenski, Sheryle Ward, 
Nancy Rial, Elizabeth Rooney, Richard 
Prout. Third Row: Paul Smith, Jack Ven- 
tola, John Sands, James Murray, James 
Russell, Robert Richardson, Marty Saul 
anus, Walter Rogers. 



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W-II2 



First Row: Janice Murray, Diane Stead, 
Cathy Anne Spencer, Paula Smith, Rose- 
mary Russo, Sandra Russell, Barbara 
Rossi. Second Row: Kenneth Sanders, 
Stephen Spinosa, Lawrence Silipigni, John 
Scire, Richard Serino, Karen Sheldon, 
James Stevens, Anthony Schepici, 
William Robinson, William Powers, Ron- 
ald Shaw. Third Row: Arthur Roberts, 
Robert Serozynsky, Wayne Stickney, 
William Simmons, William Ward, Paul 
Staffier, Ronald Williams, Henry Sienke- 
wicz, Thomas Souza. 




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W-II3 



First Row: Paula Walsh, Donna Surrette, 
Arthur Thomas, Grace Vatche-, Nita Waitt, 
Priscilla Strout. Second Row: Isabel Stirl- 
ing, Joan Ward, Sandra Teehan, Kenneth 
Trecartin, Susan Woodland, Susan Valyou, 
Betty Turner. Third Row: Kenneth Van 
Horn, Russell Wildman, Benjamin Trahan, 
Arthur Tamasi, David Smith, Steven 
Slesinger, John Thibault. 



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W-l 14 



First Row: Jacqueline Weller, Linda Walt- 
ers, Ruth Winsor, Patricia Walker, Kath- 
leen Wilson, Rosemary Ward, Elizabeth 
Wetmore, Virginia Witcomb. Second 
Row: Steward Weymarth, Francio Sfanio, 
Barrie Wagenfeld, Carolyn Willey, Dean 
Wallace, John White, Richard Jagjian. 
Third Row: Richard Weddle, Charles 
Whidden, Frederick Williams, Charles 
Woodard, Alexander Winn, Wayne 
Willows, William Patterson, Frederick 
Wagner. 




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ORGANIZATIONS AT S.H.S. 



Jon foauoman 
Csc/i/ors 




Jacquelyn Bowler, Susan Ludwig, Dianne Monaco, Elizabeth MacLean. 







Uon ioauonian 
Staff 



Left to Right 

First Row: Janice Higgins, Dennis Doyer, Jacquelyn Bowler, Susan Ludwig, Dianne Monaco, 
Elizabeth MacLean, Russel Keane, Paula Robertson. Second Row: Donna Rochefort, Dorothy 
Anderson, Janet Simmons, Merida March, Elin Weideman, Donna Eldridge, Rita Lawrence, 
Ellen Farrenkopf, Sandra Steriti, Elizabeth Paolini. Third Row: Marian Taylor, Sandra Bouve, 
Kathy Johnston, Scott Lumsden, Joyce Morrison, John Moynihan, Pauline Deputat, Linda 
Robertson, Maureen Kelley. 



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(btudent 
Cjouncn 



Advisor: 

MISS TOWLE 

Officers: 

WILLIAM KYLE, Pres. 
JUDITH KOSCHEI, Vice Pres. 
GAIL HIGGINS, Sec. 
JOHN BARRETT, Treas. 




Left to Right 

First Row: Janice Inman, Sandra Steriti, Kenneth Traverse, Judith Koschei— Vice President, William 
Kyle— President, Gail Higgins— Secretary, John Bartlett— Treasurer, Jane Minichiello, Deborah 
Cox. Second Row: Donna Rochefort, Lynne Agersea, Marsha Edmunds, Linda Robertson, Marjorie 
Keeler, Marion Taylor, William McKinney, Alice Guttadauro, Patricia Gerasin, Barbara Stolos, 
Judith Kane, Catherine Venecia, Patricia Southard. Third Row: Nancy French, Barbara Cox, 
Edith Langley, Susan Harrinton, Susan Smith, Gail Piper, Leslie Evans, Jacqueline Burt, Pamela 
Noel, Melody Cushing, Laura Nowosielski. 




S/uc/en/ 
tjxcnanae 

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ommi 



Left to Right 

William Kyle, Jacquelyn Bowler, Brian Robinson, 

Janet Golden, Claire Acheson. 



JJiarsnal 



Officer: 

MICHAEL BARRY, Pres. 



m ■■■'■ " ' 



Left to Right 

First Row: Paul Marino, Marie Harris, Barbara Townsend, Michael Barry, Joyce Paquette, Eliza- 
beth McKay, David Symmes. Second Row: Wendell Blanchard, John Moynihan, Brian Robinson, 
Steven Noce, William Kyle, Donald January, John Lynn, Peter Davidson, David Johnson, Parker 
Dows, Herbert Jenkins. Third Row: Kevin Smith, Ronald Mulley, Arnold Cummings, John 
Lumsden, William Chambers, Kenneth March, Richard Kenney, Kenneth O'Connor, James 
Murphy, Carl Mohlin. 

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MISS HAYWARD, Dean of Girls 




JANET GOLDEN 
President 



Left to Right 

First Row: Janet Golden, Joan Carlton, Edith Langley, Mary Bishop. Second Row. Donna 

Rochefort, Janice Higgins, Jane Davidson, Kathleen Allen, Lorraine MacPhee. 




Janet Golden, Joan Carlton, Edith Langley, Mary Bishop, 
Donna Rochefort, Janice Higgins, Jane Davidson, Kathleen 
Allen, Lorraine MacPhee, Donna Randazzo, Gay Campbell, 
Nancy French, Leslie MacPhee, Linda Campbell, Nancy 
Smith, Marsha Edmunds, Rosemary Saulnier, Carol Mosher, 
Alice Guttadaro, Gloria Mylyk, Gail Piper, Patricia Gerasin, 
Marilyn Hockmuth, Priscilla Fountain, Lynn Agersea, Kath- 
leen Desmond, Marjory Keeler, Diane Kappa, Karen Lyons. 



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jvurses 

GU 



Advisor: 

MISS TOWLE 

Officers: 

MERIDA MARCH, Pres. 
MARILYN HOCHMUTH, Vice Pres. 
LESLIE EVANS, Sec. 
MARIE HARRISON, Treas. 



Left to Right 

First Row: Marjory Thibeau, Julie Hampton, Marie Harrison, Leslie Evans, Merida March, Marilyn 
Hockmuth, Judith Haley, Joyce McNeill. Second Row: Charlotte Rupright, Elaine Kostecki, Joan 
Wason, Gail Piper, Muriel LaVoie, Donna Dixon, Diane MacNaught, Mary Razumney, Jean 
Lewis, Donna Randazzo. Third Row: Christine Ashley, Diane Hussey, Jeanette Walling, Marilyn 
Nelson, Beverly Bishop, Sylvia Winslow, Rheta Leighton, Elaine Burns, Pricilla Fountain, 
Nancy Smith. 



Jrufure 
Jeacners 



o 



m erica 



Advisor: 
MR. NASO 

Officers: 

JOYCE MORRISON, Pres. 
ELLEN ADLINTON, Vice Pres. 
SUSAN DOWN, Sec. 
RITA LAWRENCE, Treas. 




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1 -sUAJ 



Left to Right 

First Row: Dianne Monaco, Susan Down, Joyce Morrison, Ellen Adlington, Rita Lawrence, Diane 
Nadeau. Second Row: Sandra Bishop, Diane Milano, Lynn Agersea, June Williams, Janice 
Inman, Marietta Thompson, Judy Kimball, Gay Campbell. Third Row: Elin Weideman, Candace 
Cooper, Denise Roberts, Susan Anderson, Paula Robleski, Frances Dancewicz, Kathy Allen, 
Karol Smith. 




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Jiom em aAers 



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Left to Right 

First Row: Kathy Mansfield, Lore Kreibohn, Joyce Paquette, Patricia Surette, Sharyn McKinley, 
Carol Singer, Cynthia Davie. Second Row: Jacqueline Blaney, Mary Ann Richards, Linda Brault, 
Diane Milano, Joan Gallagher, Donna Hubberman, Jane Pagnucci, Elizabeth Paolini, Carol Peveri, 
Nancy Castle. Third Row: Audrey Blaney, Clara Hogan, Karen Brown, Carol Mosher, Jannine 
DiGianatorio, Lorraine Hogan, Susan Surette, Margaret Muldoon, Anna Teehan. 



7)&G0? 



Advisor: 

MISS KENNEDY 

Officers: 

DENNIS DUVAL, Pres. 
JUDITH HERALD, Vice Pres. 
SANDRA SMITH, Treas. 




Left to Right 

First Row: Jayne Robinson, Patricia Southard, Dennis Duval, Judith Herald, Russell Cutter, 
Pamela George, Carolee Pressey. Second Row: Bernadette Weil, Marie Harris, Judith Stanley,, 
Robert Brigham, Barbara Townsend, Janine Hermsdorf, Robert Easson, Joan Casey. 




Left to Right 

First Row: Joan Davis, Kathy Johnson, Claire Acheson, Jacquelyn Bowler, Nancy Kerrigan, 
Linda Robertson. Second Row: Bernadette Pothier, Janet Simmons, Andrea Smith, Marian Barnes, 
Jeanne Malin, Dianne Finegan, Maureen Kelly, Jane Minichiello. Third Row: Sandra Bouve, 
Marian Taylor, Dianne Toomey, Cheryll Reineger, Carol Gould, Lucia Ciampa, Pauline Deputat. 



SaJfiGo 



Advisor: 

MISS MARRISON 

Officers: 

JACQUELEN BOWLER, Pres. 
CLAIRE ACHESON, Vice Pres. 
KATHLEEN JOHNSON, Treas. 



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Left to Right 

First Row: Andrea Wilson, Jean Paganucci, Shirley Poland, Barbara Hagerty, Mary Collins. 
Second Row: Susan Kutniewski, Pamela Guarino, Sharon White, Donna Rochefort, Myrna Berg, 
Donna Petrie. Third Row: Kathy Mansfield, Hazel Pratt, Liane Ludwig, Jacquelyn Bowle'r, Paula 
Robertson, Kathy Linehan, Dorothy Anderson. 

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\ational 
^Ihespians 



Advisor: 

MRS. ANDERSON 

Officers: 

HERBERT JENKINS, Pres. 
PATRICIA SMITH, Vice Pres. 
ROBERTA SARGENT, Sec. 
ANDREA LUSINSKI, Treas. 




Lett to Right 

First Row: Elaine Kostecki, Carlene Russell, Patricia Smith, Andrea Luscinski, Roberta Sargent, 
Marcia Nish, Carol Hudlin, Elizabeth MacLean, Janine Hermsdorf. Second Row: Marcia DeLeaco, 
Sandra Maslowski, Barbara Stolos, Denise Roberts, Patrica Kingman, Charlene Crowell, Kathryn 
Kinsley, Sandra Steriti, Katherine Dewing, Margaret Belmonte. Third Row: Ronald Festa, James 
Campbell, Parker Dow, Robert Comeau, Paul Doherty, Susan Anderson, Gordon Mandeville, 
Dennis Doyer, Lawrence Comeau, Wendell Blanchard. 





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Left to Right 

First Row: Donna Rochefort, Janet Albanese, Geraldine Papa, Marie Harris, Joan Davis, Kathy 
Mansfield. Second Row: Theresa Martin, Carol Singer, Carlene Russell, Herbert Jenkins, Anita 
Castle, Lynn Glusker, Pamela Guarino. Third Row: Parker Dows, Robert Sewell, John Moynihan, 
Brian Robinson, William Chambers, Kenneth O'Connor, Thomas Moorehouse, Michael Morehouse. 



Dramatic 

GU 



Advisor: 

MRS. ANDERSON 

Officers: 

JAMES CAMPBELL, Pres. 
RONALD FESTA, Vice Pres 
BARBARA STOLOS, Sec. 
ALICE GUTTADARO, Treas. 




Lett to Right 

First Row: Janine Hermsdorf, Sandra Steriti, Paul Zermani, James Campbell, Ronald Festa, Kevin 
Smith, Marian Barnes, Judy Chabot. Second Row: Elaine Kostecki, Maureen Kelly, Candace 
Cooper, Roberta Sargent, Linda Robertson, Susan Anderson, Katherine Eichel, Janet Simmons, 
Joyce Paquette, Jane Minichiello. Third Row: Dianne Monaco, Ellen Adlington, Patricia Kingman, 
Marian Taylor, Joan Winsor, Pauline Brown, Carlene Porter, Cheryll Reiniger, Lee Shipulski. 



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Oratory 



Left to Right 

Charlotte Vino, Carol Hudlin, Dianne 
Monaco, Carlene Crowell, Nancy French, 
Barbara Stolos. 



Cjness CjA/6 



Advisor: 

MR. MORSE 

Officers: 

RICHARD KENNEY, Pres. 
JOHN BARTLETT, Vice Pres. 
ROBERT TURNER, Sec.-Treas. 




Left to Right 

First Row: Ronald Tibbetts, Richard Maclean, Paul Doherty, Robert Turner. Second Row: 

Cotte, Ronald Smith, James Jeffery, Edward Simmonson. 






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Left to Right 

First Row: Janet Floyd, Nancy French, John Moynihan, Richard Kenney, Paul Doherty, Joyce 
McNeill, Diane Kappa. Second Row: Richard MacLean, Marietta Thompson, Myron Manoogian, 
Jane Davidson, Paula Robleski, Gloria Mylyk, Paul Zermani, Paul Marino, Ruth Williams, 
Ronald Piscotta. Third Row: Donald Parsons, Roger Cotte, Richard Svenson, Lee Stover, William 
Chambers, John Barlett, Gordon Mandeville, William Fasano. 



<Ma{£ 
G/u6 



Advisor: 

MR. WATSON 

Officers: 

RICHARD KENNEY, Pres. 
RICHARD CAEFER, Vice Pres. 
PAUL DOHERTY, Sec. 
JOHN MOYNIHAN, Treas. 



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Office 
Assistants 



Left to Right 

First Row: Eleanor Mitchell, Beth Merrill, 
Jacqueline Blaney, Pamela George, Jo 
Ann Lopez. Second Row: Jean Lewis, 
Janine Hermsdorf, Kathleen E. Kelley, 
Gail Piper, Selena Bucchiere, Sally Wild- 
man, Anita Milward. 



Quidance 

Office 
Cassis tan is 



Left to Right 

First Row: Jacqueline Blaney, Patricia 
Carter, Judith Marr, Joyce McNeill, An- 
drea Smith, Sandra Alley. Second Row: 
Diane Nadeau, Linda McPhee, Marilyn 
Hochmuth, Nancy Kerrigan, Andrea 
Luscinski, Ellen Adlington, Rita Lawrence, 
Elaine Kostecki, Leslie McPhee, Lorraine 
McPhee. 





GfuB 
^Presidents 



Left to Right 

First Row: Merida March, Janet Golden, 
Susan Craik, Joyce Paquette, Claire 
Acheson, Joyce Morrison. Second Row: 
Donna Rochefort, Herbert Jenkins, Dianne 
Monaco, Brian Robinson, Rita Lawrence, 
James Campbell, Jacquelyn Bowler. 
Third Row: Dennis Duval, William Kyle, 
Michael Barry, William Chambers, 
Richard Kenney, Ronald Mulley, Richard 
Hashem. 



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■icers 



Left to Right 

First Row: Susan Ludwig, Carol Smith. 
Second Row: Peter Davidson, Kenneth 
March, William Fasano, Richard Rogalski. 















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jCaiional 

Jionor Society 



Advisor: 

MRS. BEAUCHEANE 

Officers: 

CLAIRE ACHESON, Pres. 
JUDITH MACOMBER, Vice Pres. 
ELIN WEIDEMAN, Sec. 
ELIZABETH MacLEAN, Treas. 






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.it 



Left to Right 

First Row. Claire Acheson, Judith Macomber, Elin Weiderman, Elizabeth MacLean, Jacquelyn 
Bowler. Second Row: Sandra Steriti, Janet Floyd, Linda Robertson, Peter Gleitsman, William 
Chambers, Joyce Morrison, Rita Lawrence, Marcia DeLeaco. 






/3/£rary 
Cflicfes 



Left to Right 

First Row: John Moynihan, Jean Galla- 
ger, Judy Stanley, Lawrence Comeau, 
Candace Cooper, Elizabeth McKay, 
Richard Tibbets. Second Row: Elizabeth 
Babcock, Linda Breault, Rosemarie 
Saulnier, Linda Heath, Nancy Smith, 
Marsha Edmunds, Arlene Coff ill, Patricia 
Leeman, Jennifer Rich. Third Row: 
Dorothy Maslowski, Dana Rouleau, Paul 
Rogers, Mildred Brown, Paula Robleski, 
Elizabeth Pike, Robert Picariello, Bruce 
Williams, Carol Mosher. 




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Advisor: 

AARS. MaclNDEWAR 

Officers: 

RONALD MULLEY, Pres. 
ELIZABETH MacLEAN, Vice Pres. 
LINDA MacPHEE, Sec. 
WILLIAM FASANO, Treas. 




Left fo Right 

First Row: Shirley Poland, Ronald Mulley, Elizabeth MacLean, Linda MacPhee, William Fasano, 
Ellen Farenkopf. Second Row: Marcia DeLeaco, Donna Rochefort, Sandra Steriti, Herbert Jenkins, 
Lynn Glusker, Karen Brown, Dorothy Anderson. Third Row.- Janine Hermsdorf, Donna Eldridge, 
James Campbell, Michael Dowling, Donald Mosher, Barbara Townsend, Jane Minichiello. 




left to Right 

First Row: Carol Singer, Ellen Farrenkopf, Elizabeth MacLean, Lee Shipulski, Elin Weideman, 
Paula Robleski, Janice Inman, Joyce Morrison, Dianne Monaco, Ellen Adlington, Susan Down. 
Second Row: Carole Brownlow, Linda Campbell, Helaine Hurwitz, Marietta Thompson, Diane 
Nadeau, Carlene Russell, Candace Cooper, Judy Kimball, Marsha Edmunds, Jean Lewis, Barbara 
Cox, Mary Molloy, Darryl Gurney, Gay Campbell. Third Row: Linda Heath, Ruth Williams, 
Priscilla Fountain, Kathy Desmond, Marilyn Nelson, Gerri Robleski, Richard Kenny, Gloria 
Mylyk, Jane Davidson, Susan Anderson, Denise Roberts, Christine Ashley, Marsha Nish. 



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Advisors: 

MISS GOLDSTEIN 
MISS ALLEN 

Officers: 

PAULA ROBLESKI, Pres. 
ELIN WEIDEMAN, Treas. 
JANICE INMAN, Sec. 



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Advisor: 

MISS TOWLE 

Officers: 

LORRAINE MacPHEE, Pres. 
LOUIS CIAMPA, Sec. 




Left to Right 

First Row: Diane Milano, Louis Ciampa, Lorraine MacPhee, Rita Lawrence. Second Row: Meredith 

Broughton, Allen Cash, Edwina Metzger, John Warren, Marilyn Modica. 




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First Row: Richard Cucchiara, Russell 
Keene. Second Row: Parker Dow. Dennis 



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Advisor: 

MR. MOCHELLA 

Officers: 

WILLIAM CHAMBERS, Pres. 
WILLIAM KYLE, Vice Pres. 
KEVIN SMITH, Sec. 
RICHARD ROGALSKI, Treas. 




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First Row: Kenneth Traverse, Charles Newhall, Kevin Smith, William Kyle, William Chambers, 
Richard Rogalski, Richard Brackett. Second Row: Herbert Jenkins, Wendell Blanchard, Donald 
Teague, David Johnson, James Gammon, Roger Cotte, Myron Manoogian, Paul Marino. Third 
Row: Dennis Doyer, Gordon Mandeville, John Lynn, Ronald Smith, John Lumsden, Richard 
Kenney, Donald January, Brian Robinson, Carl Mohlin. 



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Advisors: 

MR. LaCHANCE 
MISS INDESANO 

Officers: 

RICHARD HASHEM, Pres. 
SANDRA BISHOP, Vice Pres. 
JACQUELYN BOWLER, Sec. 
SUSAN DOWN, Treas. 



Left to Right 

First Row. Darryl Donnelly, Susan Down, Sandra Bishop, Richard Hashem, Jacquelin Bowler, 
Carmel Saulnier. Second Row: Linda Rooney, Joyce McNeill, Denise Roberts, Gerri Robleski, 
Kenneth Traverse, Louise Fifield, Sharon McKinley, Jean Louis. Third Row: James Campbell, 
Dennis King, William Rockwood, Richard Tibbets, Ronald Pisciotta, Paul Zermini. 



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Left to Right 

First Row: Rita Ciampa, Sharon McKinley, Patricia Southard. Second Row: Janet Floyd, Cynthia 

Ludwig, Rita Lawrence (Captain), Marilyn Modica, Judith Koschei. 



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DAVID COX 
EDWINA METZGER 





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Pamela Guarino 
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Janine Hermsdorf 
Judy Macomber 
Gordon Mandeville 
Jane Minichello 
Michael Moorehouse 
William Rockwood 
Ronald Smith 
Roger Wagonfeld 
Carl Weinbrecht 




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1963 




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Senior Uarsitu 

Judith Macomber, Captain 

Donna Murphy 

Gail Higgins 

Eleanor Spencer 

Leslie AAacPhee 

Lorraine MacPhee 

Rheta Leighton 

Susan Smith 

Alice Guttadauro 



Junior Uarsifu 



Jean Canfield, Captain 
Marietta Thompson 
Nancy Reagan' 
Paula Forbes 
Pamela Noel 
Donna Randazzo 
Charlene Lang 
Mary Molloy 
Joanne Penney 
Linda Chambers 
Linda Gould 
Lynne Agersea 




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Leslie MacPhee 
Jeanne Canfield 
Susan Yale 
Janet Brown 
Lorraine Frederick 
Cathy Venezia 
Charlotte Rupright 
Rheta Leighton 
Lorraine MacPhee 
Donna Murphy 
Leslie Evans 



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Junior Uarsi/y 



Lynda Carroll 
Linda Gould 
Mary Molloy 
Jane Johnson 
Sandra Hashem 
Gerry Til ley 
Deborah Cox 
Donna Dickson 
Gerry Meyers 
Paula Forbes 



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Saugus 18 Peabody 45 

Saugus 27 St. Mary's 28 

Saugus 23 Peabody 32 

Saugus 19 Lynn Trade 36 



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SOUTHEASTERN NEW ENGLAND DIVISION 

L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY attleboro, Massachusetts 

• Thomas Galvin 

• • William Rowan 

• • • Farnum Devoe 
Donald Pelletier 

CLASS RINGS AND PINS • CLUB INSIGNIA • MEDALS 

TROPHIES • PLAQUES • DIPLOMAS • INVitATlONS • TAYLOR YEARBOOKS 




Congratulations 

to the 

Class of 1963 



THE 
CHAMPION LAMP WORKS 

330 LYNNWAY, LYNN, MASS. 
A Good Place to Work 

SINCE 1900 



Kenneth J. Barnes 
Paul R. Carlson 

THE PARK PRESS, INC. 
PRINTERS 

Fifteen Main Street, Saugus, Mass. 
TELEPHONE 233-0315 



Best Wishes, Class 1963 

ANN'S PIZZA & SEA FOOD 

449 LINCOLN AVENUE 

You Specify, We'll Satisfy 



CE 3-2005 Estimates Given 

JOSEPH MERENDA 

Floors Laid and Sanded 
Asphalt, Rubber, and Corktile 

6 HILLDALE AVE. SAUGUS, MASS. 



Compliments of 

SULLIVAN'S 
PHARMACY 

326 Central Street 
SAUGUS, MASS. 



A. COGLIANO FOOD MART 

Groceries and Provisions 

Wholesale and Retail 

Meat Is Our Specialty 

304 Lincoln Avenue, Saugus, Mass. Tel. CE 3-9715 



CE 3-0175 Also Walk-In Service 

ANTOINE'S 
Beauty Salon 

— In the Court Yard — 

New England 
Shopping Center 

ROUTE I 
SAUGUS, MASS. 




Compliments 
of 

FRED'S 
CLEANERS 

596 Western Ave. 
LYNN, MASS. 



Compliments 
of 

HECK 
ALLEN'S 

22 Lincoln Ave. 
SAUGUS, MASS. 



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Compliments of 

LUDWIG'S 

CLEANERS 

INC. 



73 Vine Street 
SAUGUS, MASS. 



PARSONS 

Heating Oils 
Jet-Heet Jet-Cool 

Lynn Power Burners 
Sales and Service 



129 ESSEX ST. 



233-1300 



Compliments 
of 

SAUGUS PHARMACY 



GEORGE'S BARBER SHOP 

59 JACKSON STREET 



Compliments of 

SURABIANS 



NORTH SHORE 
SPORTS CENTER 

30 Boston Street LY 8-2550 

Public Ice Skating 
Wed. — Fri. — Sun. Eve. 

HOME OF 
HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY 







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86 LINCOLN AVE. 



FERNS MOTEL 

Rt. I 154 Broadway 

SAUGUS, MASS. 

233-2883 



CHARLIE'S SHOE HOSPITAL 

Complete Shoe Repair Service 

"Old Shoes Made Like New" 
451 LINCOLN AVENUE CLIFTONDALE SQUARE 



HOWARD JOHNSON'S DRIVE-IN 




Broadway — Route I — Saugus 
FEATURING TELETRAY SERVICE 



FULLERTON 

FUNERAL 

HOME 




325 Central Street 
SAUGUS 



HANSON CHEVROLET, INC. 

Sales — Service — Parts 

CLIFTONDALE SQUARE 

519 Lincoln Avenue 
SAUGUS, MASS. 

Tel. CE 3-1887 or 3-1888 



Compliments of 

JIFFY MART FOOD STORE 

We Give Gift Bond Stamps 

4 Howard Street — Corner Main St. 
Just Off Fellsway 



OPEN TIL 9 P.M. 



SAUGUS, MASS. 



233-9866 

RICCO'S of the plaza 

Hair Stylists 

Route I and 129 

SAUGUS PLAZA, MASS. 

Star Market and Zayre 



NELSON'S 
FLOWERS 

199 Essex Street 

SAUGUS, MASS. 

CEnter 3-2307 



CHARACTER LEADERSHIP 



NATIONAL 
HONOR SOCIETY 



Compliments of 

HOFFMAN'S 

CLIFTONDALE SQUARE 

WEARING APPAREL 





Compliments of 

GEORGE A. McCARRIER 



SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP 



Compliments of 

BAMBOO TERRACE 
RESTAURANT 

85 Broadway 

ROUTE 1 SAUGUS, MASS. 

233-0903 


KODG'S BARBER SHOP H 

SAUGUS CENTER PW 


Compliments of 

PETER'S GULF STATION 

Corner of Ha Rd. and Broadway 
SAUGUS, MASS. 

PETER G. MARVIN, JR. 233-7937 


Loveliness Is Yours 

"CAROL ANN'S BEAUTY LOUNGE" 

CAROL ANN COGLIANO 

APPOINTMENTS 304 ;P Li " c ° l . n Ave ' 
Phone 233-6.7, SAUGUS, MMS. 


Compliments of 

MARK XII CLOTHES, INC. 

Saugus Plaza Shopping Center 

ROUTE #1 
SAUGUS, MASS. 

Clothes for Dad and Lad 


EDMUNDS BAKERY 

461 Lincoln Avenue 

SAUGUS, MASS. 

233-2334 


ALL STAR LANES 

LYNN WAY, LYNN 

Ten Pin Bowling 
Teen, Family and Prom Parties 

Good Food and Bowling Too. 


In Saugus 

ARMAND'S TV 


BOB'S SHOE BOX 

ROBERT C. SIMEONE, Prop. 

The Family Shoe Store of Quality 

3 1 2 CENTRAL ST. CEnter 3-0770 


Compliments of 

SHERMAN'S MARKET 


233-9861 233-2580 

STYLE-TONE 
UPHOLSTERING CO. 

Custom Slip Covers — Draperies 
375 Central Street 
SAUGUS, MASS. 


LY 3-1364 CE 3-31 II, 3-1505 

JIM TOOMEY & SON 

Aluminum Siding and Gutters 

Aluminum Combination 

Windows and Doors 

Show Room 
9 ESSEX STREET SAUGUS, MASS. 



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Prince Drive-In 
Restaurants 

ROUTE I, SAUGUS 



Best Wishes 

to the Graduates of 

SAUGUS HIGH 

1963 



CLIFTONDALE 
Paint & Wallpaper Co. 



527 Lincoln Avenue 
SAUGUS 




EASTERN 
TOOL & STAMPING CO., INC. 



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MALDEN 
BUSINESS 
SCHOOL 




"The Business School Near Home' 

SECRETARIAL SCIENCE 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

ACCOUNTING 

Individual Progress 

Free Placement Service 

Day — Evening — Summer 

6 PLEASANT STREET, MALDEN 

Dowling Building 

DA 2-8200 



PARISIAN:— 

Painstaking 

Individualized 

Cleansing Service 

by 

Craftsmen 

Ask Your Neighbor 

PARISIAN 
CLEANERS 



LY 2-3590 
CAREFUL TENDER CARE 



Compliments of 

CLIFTON DALE 

WOODWORKING 

COMPANY 

(Incorporated) 



TEL: CE 3-0020 
Saugus, Massachusetts 






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YOUR FRIENDLY FAMILY STORE 

W. T. GRANT COMPANY 

589 Broadway 
SAUGUS, MASSACHUSETTS 

New England Shopping Center 

"Charge-It" at Grants! 
No Money Down ... 30 Days or Months to Pay. 


BOYD'S 
POTATO CHIPS 

162 Boston St. 
LYNN 


"Large Oaks From 
Little Acorns Grow" 

Why not start a Savings Account and see 
what can be accomplished with it? 

SAUGUS 
TRUST COMPANY 

MAIN OFFICE 

466 Lincoln Avenue 

CENTER OFFICE 

13 Main Street 

BROADWAY OFFICE 

N. E. Shopping Center 

Member Federal Deposit 
Insurance Corporation 


Compliments of 

CLIFTONDALE 
ELECTRONICS 



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Compliments of . . . 

BERTHOLD LUMBER CO. 

392 Main Street 
SAUGUS, MASS. 



KANE'S DONUT 



Compliments of 

MATH CLUB 



Compliments of 

ESSEX FOOD STORE 

PETER SAFER 



Compliments of 

CAMEO BEAUTY LOUNGE 

55 Jackson St. 
SAUGUS, MASS. CE 3-1957 



ARCADE BAZAAR 
Discount Department Store 

602 Broadway 
ROUTE I SAUGUS 



TOM'S 
SERVICENTER, INC. 



RUSSO'S 
CANDY HOUSE 





Flying "A" Products 

Evinrude Outboard Motors 

Thompson and Wagemalcer Boats 

693 BROADWAY, SAUGUS 
at Gibbs Oil Company 



Kitchen Fresh Candies 

Junction Route No. I 

and Lynn Fells Parkway 

SAUGUS, MASSACHUSETTS 



Best Wishes and Congratulations 
to the Graduating Class of 1963 





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Row I, L. to R.: Lynn Glusker, Pamela Guarino, 
Judy Macomber. Row 2: William Rockwood, Peter 
Gleitsman. 



L. to R.: Paula Robleski, Carol Brownlow, David 
Cox. 



MUSIC DEPARTMENT 
SAUGUS PUBLIC SCHOOLS 



Compliments of the 

CLASS OF 1964 



President BRUCE WILLIAMS 

Vice-President DENNIS PULEO 

Secretary JANE JOHNSON 

Treasurer JUDY KANE 

Board CYNTHIA DAVIE 

KATHY F. KELLEY 

MARJORIE KEELER 

LINDA WILSON 

RICHARD SVENSON 



SWEENEY FUEL 



Sales FUEL OIL Service 
56 Denver Street 



SAUGUS 
233-0550 



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We Know You'll Like 

SANTORO'S 

ON THE PIKE 

For Every Type of 
Submarine Sandwich 

FREE PARKING 

7 days a week, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 

ROUTE I, SAUGUS CE 3-3838 

Next to Kiddie Ranch 



BUTLER'S 
DRUG STORE 




I Essex Street 
CEnter 3-0410 

WHERE PHARMACY IS A PROFESSION 



Compliments of 



OAK HALL 

CAP AND GOWN 

COMPANY 



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Tel. CEnter 3-1134 

GUSTAFSON & WARREN 

. . . Florists . . . 

"When You Say 1+ With Flowers 
Say It With Ours" 

124 Main Street 
SAUGUS, MASS. 



Compliments of 

GIBBS OIL 
COMPANY 




Congratulations 

to the Members of the 

Graduating Class of 1963 



From 



H. P. HOOD & SONS 



Compliments 

of 

FONTAINES 

MARKET 




Fontaine's Market 







ROUTE I 
ATLANTIC GAS STATION 

158 Broadway, Saugus 

Lubrications — Tune Ups — Road Service 

CE 3-9864 



Compliments 
of 

TURNPIKE FURNITURE 



Compliments 
of 

A Friend 



Compliments of 

BARNETT FABRIC STORES, INC. 

Saugus' Complete Sewing Center 



654 Broadway 
ROUTE I 



233-5516 



W. ERNEST LIGHT 
Printer 

5 Columbus Avenue 
SAUGUS, MASSACHUSETTS 

Tel. CEnter 3-0592 



THE SAUGUS ADVERTISER 




Your Home Town Paper 



Tel. CE 3-1125 

PETER L. GRADY 
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER 

57 Jackson Street 
SAUGUS, MASS. 



AL & JANE SMITH 

Real Estate and Insurance 

D-B-A BUNKER AGENCY 

359 Central Street 



THE 
GIRL'S CLUB 



JERRY'S BEAUTY SHOP 

CEnter 3-0199 




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THE NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY 

Sponsored one-Act Play contest, March 8, 1963. 
Seniors presented "Good-bye to the Clown." 
Juniors presented "Saved from the Fate of Her Sister." 
Sophomores presented "Let's Make-Up." 





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Produced and sponsored with the Girls' Club, 

"The Talent Show." King Sachems Court, March 1, 1963 

Annual Installation, January 30, 1963 

Motto: "Act well your part; there all the honor lies." 





LARRY JENKINS 

President of 
Troupe 1212 
and the King 
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SAHICO CLUB OFFICERS, Left to Right: Claire 
Acheson, Secretary; Jacquelyn Bowler, President; 
Nancy Kerrigan, Vice President; and Kathy Johnston, 
Treasurer. 




Credit for obtaining the most ads for the annual 
go to, left to right, Andrea Luscinski, Kathy 
Johnston, and Jacquelyn Bowler. 



NU-LIFE CLEANERS 

350 Central Street 
SAUGUS, MASSACHUSETTS 



Compliments 

of a 

Friend 



Compliments of 

PETRIE'S FLORIST 

409 Lynn Fells Parkway 
SAUGUS, MASSACHUSETTS 

Cut Flowers 
and Flower Arrangements. 



THE 

CONTINENTAL CLUB 

INC. 

Famed for Its 
International Cuisine 

On Route I 

Newburyport Turnpike 

SAUGUS, MASS. 

Lobsters — Steaks — Chicken 
Baked Stuffed Shrimp 

Private Function Room 
Intimate Lounge 

Reservations Call 

CEnter 3-2578 

Manager, ALEX SAMPSONIS 



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, Mrs Harold J- A^ " 

M ' ,SsM rMrs Robert T. Bowler 

MT '» B tfo Carter 

Mr " R u US$e V/ Caton 
^•^vBCoir.ns 

Mr - a °i Mrs" t-rd M.Down 
Mr. and M"-, Duval 

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M r. D° nald . . * J Paul 
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MrNn^-SadW.MacUan 

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Mr. and Mrs- WeUo 

M issJa rM r sF a nV J- Monaco 
Mr- and Mrs. rr Morrl son 

Mr - an iM?s'jon"J.^; 
Mr. and Mrs. - p and 
M- ^^IrSneth Robertson 

Wr -" n jM« Edward J- R°^f 
Mr " an lu«53unt Simmons 

Mr. and Mrs. ^ 

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We the editors of the 1963 Tontoquonian would like to thank 
the members of the yearbook, Mr. Rowan, and those students and 
faculty members who have assisted us. Most of all we want to 
thank Miss Towle and Miss Marrison, without whose help this 
yearbook could never have been completed. 

Working on the yearbook has been an exciting experience for all 
of us— one we will not forget. We hope that this book will serve 
as a lasting record of the events of this past year. 




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